FORCEFUL – a forceful person has strong opinions and is able to persuade other to agree with him.
STIMULATING – if something is stimulating, it makes things come alive or become active.
EXUBERANT – means “very lively” and “energetic”.
EXCITABLE - if a person is excitable, it means that he is easily excited.
RELIABLE – a reliable person is responsible and can be trusted or relied on to do something.
LIBERAL – a liberal person is someone who freely accepts all kinds of ideas and is very open-minded.
LOGICAL – a logical person is someone who always uses a lot of logic or reason in his thinking.
CHARISMATIC - a charismatic person has a natural charm that makes him or her very attractive to others.
INDIVIDUALISTIC – an individualistic person does things without caring what others will think.
ASSERTIVE – to be assertive is to be very confident in giving one’s opinion.
GUILELESS – means “cunning and deceitful intelligence of behaviour”.
DECISIVE – to be decisive is to be quick, firm, and steady when making plans and decisions.
WITTY – a witty person uses words in a clever way.
WILY – a wily person is a dishonest person, someone who cannot be trusted because he may want to deceive you.
WILFUL – a wilful person is someone who insists on getting his own way, like a spoilt child.
WHINY – a whiny person likes to whine or complain in a high-pitched voice.
OUTSPOKEN – an outspoken person is frank and honest when she giver her idea.
UNASSUMING – an unassuming person is modest and not proud.
INFLUENTIAL – an influential person has a lot of influence or power.
COMPETENT – means “able to do something well”.
UNSUSPECTING – if someone is unsuspecting, he is not aware of the risk or danger he is in.
UNBECOMING – “unbecoming” is used to describe manners, behaviour, or clothes that are not suitable of a person.
UNCRITICAL – an uncritical person is someone who does not criticise of say negative things.
UNINHIBITED – to be uninhibited is to be unafraid of doing or expressing something freely.
LENIENT – a lenient person is kind and not strict.
FRUGAL – a frugal person is thrifty and careful about money and possessions.
MAGNIFICENT – means “very great, grand, or impressive”
CHARITABLE – refers to the act of helping people who are sick or poor.
SYMPATHETIC – a sympathetic person is one who feels pity or concern for others when they are suffering.
PATRIOTIC – a patriotic person has strong feelings of love and support for his country.
OPTIMISTIC – an optimistic person looks on the bright side of things and is always positive and hopeful.
PESSIMISTIC – a pessimistic person is the opposite of an optimistic person, and is always looking on the negative side of things.
CONSIDERATE – to be considerate is to be thoughtful and mindful of other people’s feelings.
COLLECTED – to be collected is to be composed and calm.
CAUTIOUS – to be cautious is to be careful.
COURAGEOUS – to be courageous is to be brave, when facing danger.
AMICABLE – to be amicable is to be friendly.
PRACTICAL – a practical person is very sensible and does what is necessary for the situation.
INSPIRATION – inspirational people inspire others to strive for better things or to become better people, like them.
AFFECTIONATE – an affectionate person shows his feelings and care for others openly.
OFFENSIVE – if something is offensive, it is rude and makes others angry and hurt.
GRUESOME – if something is gruesome, it is very unpleasant and makes one feel a sense of horror.
GROTESQUE – means “very ugly”
MALICIOUS – to be malicious is to be filled with malice or hatred and the desire to harm others.
AGGRESSIVE – an aggressive person is very ready to fight or attach others.
EXCESSIVE – means “too much”.
OPPRESSIVE – if someone is oppressive, it means he subjects his people to very harsh and unfair treatment.
POSSESSIVE – a possessive person is someone who does not like to share his belongings with others.
ECCENTRIC – means “strange and unusual”.
INFERIOR – if something is inferior, it is of low quality.
MORBID – if something is morbid, it is concerned with death and disease.
SARCASTIC – a sarcastic person uses words to insult or hurt others in an indirect way.
CRITICAL – a critical person likes to criticise or point out what is wrong about others.
TACTLESS – a tactless person says and does things without first thinking about the effects of his actions.
INDISCREET – to be indiscreet is to not be careful about keeping things secret.
INTERFERING – an interfering person is a busybody who likes to interfere or meddle with other people’s business.
UNRULY – an unruly person is difficult to control.
ETHICAL – an ethical person has high moral standards and does what is right and good.
UNSCRUPULOUS – an unscrupulous person has no scruples or morals.
CONCEITED – a conceited person is proud or arrogant.
RESENTFUL – a resentful person is full of hatred.
CALCULATIVE – a calculative person will count everything carefully before making a decision.
SHALLOW – a shallow person does not think deeply or seriously about an issue.
EXTREMIST – if a person has extremist ideas, he has ideas which are very different from most people.
RUTHLESS – a ruthless person is very cruel.
DEFIANT – a defiant person defies or rebels against authority.
ALOOF – an aloof person keeps away from others and may be unfriendly.
POMPOUS – a pompous person is proud and thinks highly or himself.
PRETENTIOUS – if someone is pretentious, he makes himself look more important or successful than he really is.
DEVIOUS – a devious person is a scheming person, someone who is willing to lie and trick others to get what he wants.
SELF-CONSCIOUS – if someone is self-conscious, he is very aware of others looking at him and his actions.
SUPERSTITIOUS – a superstitious person believes that certain actions or things bring good or bad luck.
DARING – a daring person is a brave person.
OVERBEARING – an overbearing person is unpleasant, proud, bossy, and domineering.
CHALLENGING – is used to describe situations that are tough or difficult.
OBLIGING – an obliging person is someone who is helpful and willing to do what people ask.
PETTY – to be petty is to be too concerned with things that are not important.
SPITEFUL – a spiteful person is a cruel or vicious person who hurts others on purpose.
BLUNT – a blunt person is frank and outspoken, and likes to say what he thinks.
QUIRKY – a quirky person is like an eccentric person.
RECKON – to reckon is to think or believe.
CONCUR – to concur is to agree.
CALCULATE – to calculate is to count the number or amount of something.
ESTIMATE – to estimate is to guess the number or value of something.
BOTHERED – to be bothered is to be troubled or upset.
RESPECTED – to be respected is to be highly admired or regarded.
DISTURBED – it means to be troubled or upset.
CONCERNED – used to show the opinion of the person we are talking about.
CONVINCINGLY – to speak convincingly is to speak persuasively to make other people think in the same way.
TEMPORARILY – if something is temporary, it is there only for a short time, or a temporary period.
ABSOLUTELY – absolutely means “totally” or “completely”.
EXTREMELY – extremely means “very”.
ACQUIESCE – to acquiesce is to agree to something even though you don’t want to.
CONFIRM – to confirm is to show or agree that something is true.
APPRECIATE – to appreciate is to value and respect.
CONDONE – to condone is to approve of something that most other people think is wrong.
COINCIDE – if two people’s views coincide, it means they agree.
DIFFER – differ is the very form of “different”
CONFLICT – conflict means “disagreement”
DIVIDE – we do not disagree by saying that we “divide in opinion” from someone.