Top 401 - 425 Adjectives

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500 Most Common English Adjectives - Top 401 - 425 Adjectives

Here you are provided with the part 17 of the list of the most common adjectives in English including 401-425 adjectives.

500 Most Common English Adjectives
constitutionaladjective

relating to or operating under the official laws and principles called the constitution, by which a country or state is governed

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likeadjective

being identical or nearly the same in appearance, characteristics, etc.

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proadjective

(of people or events) professional, especially in sports

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wealthy
wealthyadjective

having a large amount of money or valuable possessions

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immediateadjective

done or performed without any time gap

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mobileadjective

not fixed and able to move or be moved easily or quickly

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remarkableadjective

worth noticing, especially because of being unusual or extraordinary

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relativeadjective

measured or judged when compared to something else

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primeadjective

first in importance or rank

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organic
organicadjective

(of food or farming techniques) produced or done without any artificial or chemical substances

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trickyadjective

difficult to do or handle and requiring skill or caution

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focused
focusedadjective

with a lot of attention heeded toward a particular thing such as an aim, activity, etc.

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magical
magicaladjective

related to or practicing magic

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dumb
dumbadjective

stupid; slow to learn

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solaradjective

relating to the sun; relating to the energy received from the sun

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plasticadjective

made of or consisting of plastic

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Indian
Indianadjective

relating to India or its people or languages

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southadjective

situated in or toward the south

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givenadjective

stated or specified; acknowledged or supposed

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magicadjective

describing or practicing special abilities or powers

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calm
calmadjective

not showing worry, anger, or other strong emotions

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comicadjective

connected with or in the style of comedy

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brief
briefadjective

short in duration

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ordinary
ordinaryadjective

not unusual or different in any way

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senior
senioradjective

of a high or higher status or rank than someone else

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