What would you like to do?
Pretty, smart, ugly, dumb, blond, brunette, black, white, nice, generous, helpful, and any other word that tells about a person! Adventurous, colourful, homely, careful, c…autious, helpful, modern, crazy, testy, cheerful, joyous, abundant, vivacious.
Republican (could also be a noun) Old (he's 72 in 2008) Politically Experienced (Has been in the politics for quite a while) Caucasian
sweet, kind, energeric, Playful, furry, friendly, affectionate, friendly, smart, fast
A person who passionately pursues intellectual activities, esoteric knowledge, or other obscure interests that are age-inappropriate, rather than engaging in more social or p…opular activities. Words that describe from this definition would be: anti-social, self-centered, intellectual and unattached loner.
caring, brave, animal lover, busy
Noble, Proud, Chivalrous, Calculated, Concentrated, Balanced, Feared
Adjective describes a noun or pronoun. It modifies the noun and pronoun.
Well this isn't a great answer but tectonically colors are adjectives so you could use black and white
Stupid. Silly. Discusting
Yes, hot, funny, and athletic. Yes, I can; thorough, hungry, fair.
tasty succulent overwhelming easypeasy ect
Adjectives for describing tower: tall, bleak, idyllic.
Warm, fuzzy, large, cute, wombat-like, furry, hairy, muscular.
Some synonyms for the adjective 'flippant' are: arrogant, disrespectful, and cheeky. It's basically used to describe an individual who is very flighty. Grammatically speaking,… however, adjectives do not describe other adjectives. They describe nouns. To describe the adjective flippant in a sentence, one would need an adverb. Example: extremely flippant.
ruthless, merciless, pitiless, cruel, heartless, hard-hearted, cold-hearted, cold-blooded, harsh, callous, unmerciful, unforgiving, uncaring, unsympathetic, uncharitable; …remorseless, unbending, inflexible, implacable; brutal, inhuman, inhumane, barbarous, barbaric, savage, sadistic, vicious.