Top 351 - 375 Adjectives

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500 Most Common English Adjectives - Top 351 - 375 Adjectives

Here you are provided with the part 15 of the list of the most common adjectives in English including 351-375 adjectives.

500 Most Common English Adjectives
minoradjective

of little importance, effect, or seriousness, particularly when compared to other similar things

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uncomfortableadjective

describing something that makes one feel embarrassed or anxious

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evil
eviladjective

wicked and morally wrong

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consistentadjective

following the same course of action or behavior over time

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stable
stableadjective

firm and able to stay in the same position or state

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African
Africanadjective

related to Africa, its people, or culture

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asleep
asleepadjective

not awake and in a state of sleep

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surprisingadjective

unexpected; causing surprise or wonder

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technicaladjective

relating to the practical application of a subject that is categorized by scientific principles

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usual
usualadjective

happening or done most of the time

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pregnant
pregnantadjective

describing a woman or a female animal that carries a baby inside her or its body

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welcomeadjective

received with pleasure into one's presence; that one is delighted to have, receive, etc.

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middleadjective

in the center of something; having an equal number of members or objects on each side

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ultimateadjective

being the last or occurring at the end of a process

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decentadjective

treating others with respect and being honest with them

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golden
goldenadjective

having a bright yellow color or colored like the metal gold

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practicaladjective

of, based on, or relating to practice or action rather than theory or hypothesis

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sensitive
sensitiveadjective

capable of understanding other people's emotions and caring for them

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Greek
Greekadjective

belonging or relating to Greece, its people, or its language

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commercialadjective

related to the purchasing and selling of different goods and services

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violentadjective

using or involving physical force that is intended to damage, harm, or kill

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odd
oddadjective

considered unusual, particularly in a way that makes one confused

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spiritual
spiritualadjective

relating to or connected with the human spirit, rather than the body or mind

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ridiculousadjective

extremely absurd, silly, or unreasonable and deserving to be laughed at

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reasonable
reasonableadjective

(of a person) showing good judgment and acting by reason

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