pattern

Categorized English Adjectives of Cause and Result - Adjectives of Physical Result

These adjectives describe the results of an action which affects the physical aspects of an entity.

review-disable

Review

flashcard-disable

Flashcard

spelling-disable

Spelling

quiz-disable

Quiz

Start Learning
Categorized English Adjectives of Cause and Result
touched
[adjective]
physically coming into contact with something or someone
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
untouched
[adjective]
not influenced or affected
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
uncharted
[adjective]
(of unknown regions) not yet surveyed or investigated
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
changed
[adjective]
made or become different in nature or form
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
unchanged
[adjective]
not made or become different
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
used
[adjective]
having been previously used or owned by someone else
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
unused
[adjective]
referring to something that has not been used
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
saturated
[adjective]
being the most concentrated solution possible at a given temperature; unable to dissolve still more of a substance
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
tucked
[adjective]
having tucked or being tucked
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
untucked
[adjective]
lacking tucks or not being tucked
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
unmanned
[adjective]
lacking a crew
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
armed
[adjective]
describing someone or something that is equipped with weapons
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
unarmed
[adjective]
(used of persons or the military) not having or using arms
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
armored
[adjective]
protected by armor (used of persons or things military)
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
entrenched
[adjective]
established firmly and securely
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
wired
[adjective]
equipped with wire or wires especially for electric or telephone service
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
molten
[adjective]
reduced to liquid form by heating
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
melted
[adjective]
converted from a solid state to a liquid state as a result of exposure to heat
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
dehydrated
[adjective]
preserved by removing natural moisture
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
loaded
[adjective]
(of weapons) charged with ammunition
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
scrambled
[adjective]
thrown together in a disorderly fashion
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
mixed
[adjective]
made up of or consisting of different types of people or things
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
deserted
[adjective]
(of a place) empty or devoid of people, activity, or signs of life
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
damaged
[adjective]
(of a person or thing) harmed or spoiled
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
broken
[adjective]
physically separated into parts
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
unbroken
[adjective]
not subdued or trained for service or use
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
fragmented
[adjective]
broken into small, disconnected parts or pieces
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
compressed
[adjective]
pressed tightly together
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
balanced
[adjective]
keeping or demonstrating a state of balance, with equal or proportionate amounts
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
segregated
[adjective]
divided in separate groups, often based on factors like race, ethnicity, or social class
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
unlocked
[adjective]
not firmly fastened or secured
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
sealed
[adjective]
closed or secured with or as if with a seal
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
unsealed
[adjective]
not closed or secured with or as if with a seal
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
seated
[adjective]
(of persons) having the torso erect and legs bent with the body supported on the buttocks
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
shaded
[adjective]
protected from heat and light with shade or shadow
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
established
[adjective]
brought about or set up or accepted; especially long established
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
developed
[adjective]
created, built, or improved to a more advanced state
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
structured
[adjective]
having definite and highly organized structure
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
manufactured
[adjective]
made or produced in a factory rather than being natural or handmade
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
stuck
[adjective]
fixed tightly in a particular position and incapable of moving or being moved
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
closed
[adjective]
not open
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
isolated
[adjective]
(of a place or building) long way away from any other place, building, or person
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
congested
[adjective]
(of a place) filled with many people, vehicles, or objects, leading to difficulties in movement
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
crowded
[adjective]
(of a space) filled with things or people
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
fermented
[adjective]
transformed or altered through the process of fermentation
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
fractured
[adjective]
broken or fragmented, typically referring to a physical object or structure that has suffered a fracture or breakage
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
recycled
[adjective]
having undergone a process that involves converting waste materials or used products into new materials or products
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
LanGeek
Download LanGeek app