There are many positive adjectives that are in the English language that can be used to describe a person. Some of these words include ambitious, decisive, calming, coherent, cheerful, and helpful.
Charismatic, clever, comforting, courageous.
There are no adjectives beginning with the letter z that describe a shy person.
Keen, kind, kindhearted, klutzy, knowledgeable and kooky are adjectives that describe a person.
Adjectives used to describe a person who is hurt easily by disappointment are: Sentimental and senstive.
· decisive · reliable · ambitious
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Adverbs do not describe people or any other noun. Adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs. Adjectives describe nouns.
There are several adjectives that begin with the letter D that can be used to describe a good person. You could use dutiful, delightful, darling, or diligent.
Adverbs don't describe people, that's an adjectives job. Adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs.
nosy, funny, interesting
No verbs will describe a person. A person is a noun, and verbs do not describe nouns. Adjectives describe nouns.Examples of adjectives that can describe a person and begin with the letter N:nervousnicenormalnurturing
Excessively optimistic people may be described as Pollyannish . This is somewhat of put down or pejorative and implies irrepressibly or excessively optimistic and capable of seeing good in anyone. As an example "Oh good, my hair is on fire so I won't need to turn on the lights and can save power!". If an optimistic person is up-beat and Pollyannish person is up-flog.