Here's an A-Z of adjectives we can use to describe different things. Take a look at them and see if you can learn some new, useful words.
Remember - many of these words are not used in these forms to describe how we feel. For example, we use "It's amazing" to describe something while "I am amazed" is used to show our emotion or feeling.
Wonderful or surprising.
Very good; excellent.
Not as good as you had expected.
Keeping someone's interest and attention completely.
A causal word mostly used in American English meaning 'silly'.
Interesting because it is unusual or mysterious.
Showing that you are happy and confident.
A causal word mostly used in American English to describe a person who is strange in their appearance or behaviour.
Moving or speaking slowly with little energy, often in an attractive way.
Beautiful, powerful or causing great admiration and respect.
Making you feel like you are going to vomit.
Unreasonably determined, especially to act in a particular way and not to change at all, despite argument or persuasion.
Unimportant and not worth giving attention to.
Attractive because of being unusual and especially old-fashioned.
Connected with what is happening or being discussed.
Describes someone who is strongly influenced by emotional feelings, especially about happy memories of past events.
Shy and nervous; lacking confidence; easily frightened.
To rate or evaluate too low; better than people think it is.
Energetic, exciting and full of enthusiasm.
Unusual in a pleasing and exciting or silly way.
Extreme dislike or fear of foreigners, their customs, their religions, etc.
An informal adjective meaning 'very tasty or delicious'.
Crazy in a fun and funny way.