Top 451 - 475 Adjectives

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500 Most Common English Adjectives - Top 451 - 475 Adjectives

Here you are provided with the part 19 of the list of the most common adjectives in English including 451-475 adjectives.

500 Most Common English Adjectives
annualadjective

happening or calculated yearly

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stuckadjective

fixed tightly in a particular position and incapable of moving or being moved

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consciousadjective

having awareness of one's surroundings

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unknownadjective

not known, identified, or familiar

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passionate
passionateadjective

showing or having intense emotions or deep feelings

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presidentialadjective

involving a president or their affairs

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audioadjective

of, connected with, or using recorded sound

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exclusiveadjective

not shared; given or available to a specific person or group

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silly
sillyadjective

feeling embarrassed or stupid

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liquid
liquidadjective

flowing freely and in the form or state of a liquid

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neutraladjective

not taking any sides in a conflict, competition, or dispute and remaining impartial

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invisible
invisibleadjective

describing something that cannot be seen

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clever
cleveradjective

intelligent; quick to learn and understand things

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Spanish
Spanishadjective

relating to Spain or its people or language

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universaladjective

concerning or influencing everyone in the world

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executiveadjective

using or having the power to decide on important matters, plans, etc.

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dominantadjective

having superiority in power, influence, or importance

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preparedadjective

made ready in advance; ready and able to do or deal with something

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subtleadjective

hard to notice or detect

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permanentadjective

continuing to exist all the time or remaining without change for a long time

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electrical
electricaladjective

using, producing, or operating by electricity

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awkwardadjective

making one feel embarrassed or uncomfortable

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outsideadjective

of, relating to, situated on or facing the external side or surface

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chronicadjective

(of an illness) difficult to cure and long-lasting

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broken
brokenadjective

cracked or shattered; physically separated into pieces

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