10 Adjectives that Positively Describe People

We encounter many people in our lives on various occasions, It may be at work, parties, conferences etc. and most of the time when we socialize with others we tend to mention some of the people who are likely relative to the topics that we share about. However, we sometimes find it difficult to expand more due to lack of vocabulary in adjectives. 



Here’s a list that can help us positively describe our family, friends, colleagues, acquaintance and others.


Adventurous is an adjective person who is willing to try out new things, especially those that are known to be new, strange, and challenging.

Example:

                  Bob likes traveling a lot, he is so adventurous.

Broad-minded refers to a person who willingly accepts other people’s opinions, beliefs, cultures, behaviors etc.

Example:

                Talking to you makes me feel so at ease, you’re such a broad-minded person.

Courageous describes someone who has the ability to deal with difficulties especially when others can’t.

Example:

                Malala Yousafzai is a courageous advocate of human rights.

Decisive is an adjective we use to describe someone who has the ability to make quick decision without any doubts.

Example:

                You need to be decisive in choosing your career path.

Energetic is a word that refers to a person who is physically and mentally active, or someone that has a lot of energy.

Example:

                Teaching children requires someone to be energetic.

Fabulous if someone is fabulous it means that he or she is impressive and extraordinary.

Example:

Elena is one of the most fabulous women I’ve ever met in my life.

Generous describes a person who is willing to share or give something to others . Especially something that is more than necessary.

Example:

The University raised the money through donations from generous alumni.

Humorous refers to someone who has the ability to be funny or to express amusing things.

Example:

Mr. Bean is a very humorous professor .

Independent is a word that pertains to a person who can support oneself in terms of different aspects in life such as; decision making, money matters, work related situations etc.

Example:

Alice wants to remain financially independent from her husband.

Sympathetic is used to describe a person who shows great understanding and care to someone, especially in an unpleasant situation.

Example:

Merci is sympathetic toward staff with personal problems.


What Positive Adjectives do you like? I would love to learn from you, please comment below 🙂 ❤


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