What are vivid adjectives?
Vivid adjectives are adjectives that are very descriptive. Vivid adjectives are able to paint a picture in your mind and make words come alive.
Vivid adjectives are adjectives that create an image in your mind. Eg. You might describe the sunset as a "brilliant scattering of red and yellow hues glittering over the oc…ean." This hopefully helps you paint a picture of that sunset in your mind.
It is a very descriptive adjective. A vivid adjective is an adjective which conveys intense imagery. Itbrings a picture, sound, smell or sensation to your mind. Forexample, th…e word shiny is not very vivid, but the word glittery is more vivid.
Vivids are very descriptive adjectives that really paint a picture in your mind. Instead of lazy you might use lethargic or slothful, for example. Or you might describe the su…nset as a "brilliant scattering of red and yellow hues glittering over the ocean." This (hopefully) helps you paint a picture of that sunset in your mind. funny â amusing â hilarious heavy â weighty â ponderous well â adequately â expertly Not vivid The tree had red leaves. Vivid "The world outside the window was in flames. The leaves on the pistachio trees shone fire-red and orange." Not Vivid Birds sang as the neighborhood began to make noise in the morning. Vivid "A choir of chickadees and finches sang above the sounds of the quiet neighborhood waking up, the cars of people heading to work and to school, the clatter and thumps of the recycling truck, a dog barking, leaves rustling in the gentle wind, silence."
stout man= plump. scruffy=messy-looking. well dressed=elegant looking. well-built=muscular. think-faced, dark-skinned, chubby. obese couple=fat. also you can say a bit o…verweight to be more polite
Awkward, clumsy, quite, loyal, caring and witty
I can. â¢ excruciating â¢ insipid â¢ ear-splitting â¢ crimson â¢ savage â¢ generous â¢ self-sacrificing â¢ luxurious â¢ …resplendent â¢ dilapidated â¢ crumbling â¢ time-honored â¢ treacherous â¢ vivacious â¢ loquacious â¢ corpulent â¢ weary â¢ expansive â¢ cosmic
There are many vivid adjectives for cold. These include: frigid, frostbitten, and polar.
Viva, Vivacious, lively, vivid.
No . It is neither vivid nor an adjective; it is the simple past tense form of a descriptive verb. To be an adjective, it has to modify a noun; to be vivid, it has to creat…e a striking picture in the reader's imagination. 'Walked' does neither. An example of a vivid adjective would be 'rushing', as in rushing ants : it modifies the (plural) noun 'ants' and gives the reader a mental picture of an ant colony darting about at random.
Both... It was a Vivid dream. Vivid modifies dream, and adverbs cannot modify nouns, so it is and adjective. He mocked vividly with remarks. Here, vividly modifies the v…erb, mocked, so it is an adverb since adverbs modify verbs, adjecives, or other adverbs, and adjectives modify only nouns/pronouns.
How about, tough, mighty, steadfast, athletic, hardy, muscular, staunch, stout
Foolish. Foolish is a vivid word for stupid.
Restless comes to mind, slumbering, somnambulent, softly reposing.
Not really, try the most ambrosial.
Smart, talented, bright, extraordinary, strong, keen, are just a couple. Dogs are amazing.