What are descriptive words for home?
Cozy, safe, broken, messy, orderly, clean and other words can describe a home.
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Anything made by humans with the intention of lessening the burden of harsh and ugly truth.
It depends on the subject of the sentence. The descriptive word of 'Good' could be among the following: Delicious - flavorful. tasty. tasteful. Healthy - normal. sound. vigorous. Kind - considerate. generous. tolerant. Genuine - real. sound. valid. Reliable - dependable. loy…al. trustworthy. Pleasant - agreeable. enjoyable. satisfying. Moral - decent. ethical. fair. honest. honorable. noble. pure. respectable. upright. Obedient - dutiful. tractable. well-behaved. You can refer to the dictionary or thesaurus for more.. ( Full Answer )
Adjectives that describe a Beach: . sandy . sunny . cool . breezy . hot . lazy . vast . private . crowded . desolate . peaceful There are many more that could be used. Just remember that many of the words that can be used to describe anything are contradictory, so you have to choose …the ones that fit your picture of a beach. Is the beach that you are talking about big, or small? Crowded, or bereft of people? ... Is it sunny, salty loud fun serne peaceful cool water endless water blazing sun suntan lotion crashing waves seagulls warm sand naps on the beach ( Full Answer )
There are a few :) They can crush bones - "Bone Crusher"? They ambush their prey - "Spy"? Perhaps a more mature way to describe an alligator is as a large, carnivorous reptile.
It is defined as marriage outside a specific group of people thatmake a social unit. For example marrying outside the clan or familyor tribe.
Khaki, knotty, key, keen, kind, kinetic, kiddy and knowledgeable are descriptive words. They begin with the letter k.
smokey black grey mist dark pitiful black noire a billowing shadow blinding absense of light obscure murky dim dusky gloomy
Hi, I am the author of COME HOME BARKLEY. Barkley is the story of a cute little dog whose family moves from New York to Indiana. Barkley is supposed to go by plane to his new home, but he gets loose at the airport, and he spends the rest of the book trying to find his people. If you would like …to know more about me or my books, please go to www.marilyndanderson.com Sincerely, Marilyn D. Anderson ( Full Answer )
Amazingly is an adverb. It modifies a verb. "He played amazingly."Many words with an LY at the end are adverbs. Amazing would also be a descriptive word (adjective). "That pie wasamazing."
wat ate u tryn to say u dick?????? wat word do u use? u use ur topic and describe it moron
A description is a sentence, paragraph, or book which tells you what something is like: what it looks like, how it acts, what it does. Descriptions can be of anything as long as they give details of what something is like.
Gee, I'm not sure there are any descriptive words that describe. That's a good almost question. I believe "quaint" would be a good word to describe a cottage.
Some examples of descriptive words for a person's voice are:. Silky . Raspy . Taunted . gasped . husky . strangled . stuttered . toneless . shattered . heavy . scoffed . babbled . velvety . hissed . snapped . pleaded . cried . shrill .
Words that describe people, places and things (nouns) are called adjectives.. Words that describe actions (verbs) are called adverbs.. A general term for describing words is modifier.
Ambitious, brilliant, courteous, decisive, energetic, fearless,generous, humble, industrious, jovial, kindhearted, likeable,modest, neighborly, optimistic, pragmatic, quiet, reliable,sincere, thoughtful, unselfish, vigilant, witty, xenophobic,youthful and zealous are words that describe women.
Without descriptive words, writing is just a recipe or instructions. Like food needs salt to bring out the flavor, writing needs description. We look at the world through all of our senses. Reading is done primarily with only our eyes. We need to engage other senses to make what we read interesting,… or we simply will not read. ( Full Answer )
Some descriptive cooking words (adjectives) that start with A are: . acidic . added . adventurous . appealing . appetizing . aromatic . authentic . awful
mirrored, clear, silvered, murky, muddy, inky, deep, luminescent, teeming (ie. with fishy life or otherwise), temperature descriptors like cold and warm, lukewarm, etc
im sort of i loose cannon , the center of attention. i put the pop into popular , i look down on people as if im in an airplane. Respect is a word i dont know and sympathy is an art i havent mastered. feelings fly away like a leaf , moving and stopping , no one cares
Neat, nice, neighborly and noble are complimentary descriptive words. They begin with the letter n.
a big hole on someones face ! sentence example : #YouKnowWhatsAnnoying ? These Windows 7 commercials . Telling you all to shut that big hole on your face that's constantlyy makin weird noises was my idea !.
describe = to provide details. When describing objects, consider how it. feels . tastes . sounds . looks . smells . Also, ask these questions:. what category of things does it belong to? ie. is it an animal, a food, a tool, etc. . what objects are related to it? . what is its function? . … what is it made of? ( Full Answer )
Spooky Dark Alarming Terrifying Petrifying Hair-raising Spine-chilling Blood-curdling Bone-chilling Horrifying Frightening Creepy Nailbiting Gut-clencher Petrifying
There are many wonderful descriptive word pairs such as deliciouslydelectable. Another popular descriptive word pair is magicallymysterious for example.
Some females are brilliant, energetic, likeable, thoughtful and unselfish. Other females are cruel, inconsiderate, rude and unpleasant.
One I can think of is vernacular, which is the standard native language of a country or locality.
comforting welcoming serene calming happy i hope this helps, i know it may not be for all homes but it's something
Some are mean and some are nice Some are smart some are dumb Girly Love to gossip Intelagent
beau (handsome / beautiful) grand (big / tall) souriant (smiling) chaud ou froid (hot or cold) nerveux (nervous) joueur (playful)
Transparent, biconvex intraocular tissue that helps bring rays oflight to a focus on the retina.
One descriptive word is difficult war because without war they wouldnt be in this so called golden age
Tall, Short, Fat, Thin, Medium, Little, Big, Sweet, Strong, Weak, Suave, Pretty, Homely, Beautiful, Gorgeous, Ugly, Elegant, Clumsy, Smart, Intelligent, Thoughtful, Worldly, Naive, Dumb, Stupid, Stubborn, Mature, Immature, Childish, Friendly, Faithful, Fickle, Mean, Malicious, Evil, Gregarious, Shy,… Extroverted, Introverted, Brave, Heroic, Horrible, Willful, Wordy... ( Full Answer )
Some words to describe school are: . new . old . private . public . small . large . art . technical . drama . electronics . business . law . engineering . evangelical . magnet . charter . parochial . elementary . middle . high . boarding . military . graduate . medical . on-…line ( Full Answer )
Fluffy Furry Hairy Hairless Feathery Scaly Big Small Gentle Vicious Friendly Unfriendly Shy Timid Playful Quiet
Obedient, obese, obscene, obscure,obvious, occasional, odd, official, oily, old, olive, onerous,open, opaque, oral, orange, orderly, original, outdoor, oval,overall, overbearing, overblown and overconfident are descriptivewords. Additional adjectives include overcooked, overdue, overhead,overjoyed, …overnight, overpowering, overprotective, overrated,overseas and overweight. ( Full Answer )
A sketch or account of anything in words; a portraiture or representation in language; an enumeration of the essential qualities of a thing or species. . The act of describing ; a delineation by marks or signs. . A set of characteristics by which someone or something can be recognized.
A beautiful site, palm trees surrounding the land, natives roam the streets, stars come out every night so pretty, Never to cold, Nor to hot just beautiful
yummy, smooth, delicious, melts in your mouth, rich, dark and can be used in many desserts or even by itself
It is like a Desert but very cold, the ground is icy and the temperatures are very harsh
There are plenty of descriptive words for bird, it just depends what you are trying to describe about the bird. I'll list a few to help get you started. wet, chirping, singing, dirty, spotted, noisy, furry, whistling..... the list could go on and on, but this should give you an idea.
If you ask 10 people on a city bus to describe school, you will hear a different description from each of the 10 passengers.
Some descriptive words (adjectives) for the noun fun are: . enjoyable fun . interesting fun . occasional fun . some fun . great fun
Words to describe texture: . bumpy . cottony . firm . furry . fuzzy . grainy . gritty . plush . prickly . rigid . rough . satiny . silky . slimy . slippery . smooth . soft . squishy . sticky . velvety . waxy
There are different definitions of the word trusts. As a verb, trust means to have faith in (what a person / companysays or does); to believe in the words or actions of someone orsomething. Example: I felt I could trust the company when the representativepromised the repair would be completed tod…ay. A second definition of trust or trusts, as a noun, refers to afinancial and legal designation for something of value, such aspersonal money, stocks, bonds, or business affairs. Examples: My husband set up several trust accounts; one holds allhis business dealings; one is a trust fund for our children; andanother is specifically for our grandchildren. These trusts areoverseen by administrators we assigned. ( Full Answer )
Lions inhabit primarily the Savanna. A savanna, is a tropical grassland ecosystem characterized by the trees being sufficiently small or widely spaced so that the canopy does not close. The open canopy allows sufficient light to reach the ground to support an unbroken herbaceous layer consisting pri…marily of Grasses ( Full Answer )
cascade, cloudburst, downpour, flux, shower, stream, tide, overflow, outburst, flowing, overflowing, gushing, rushing, pouring, flooding, deluge, spate, current, active water, liquid light, effusion
Yes, the word 'dark' is an adjective used to describe a noun (a dark night; a dark blue). The word 'dark' is also a noun; a word for the absence of light (Ican't find my keys in the dark ).
If you are "alert" you are awake and and ready for things - feeling sharp.
The description of the word clack can be found in a dictionary or on a good website which can define words. Often sites may have several meaning to one word so its best to verify the meaning with several sites to get a better understanding of it.
The language in the book was very descriptive, making it easy forthe readers to picture the situation. A radio commentator needs to be much more descriptive than a TVcommentator does.