Lots of descriptive words begin with the letter E. Perhaps you are in search of such words because you are planning to write a type of poem that requires you to use a string of E words, or perhaps you are just incredibly fond of the letter E.
What follows is a list of descriptive words that begin with the letter E.
Generally, descriptive words are adjectives. It is certainly correct to say that adjectives are words which describe other words. However, is it fair to say that only adjectives are capable of description? Certainly not! Let's look back at our list.
Take for example, the word "editor." Editor is a noun, which refers to a person who edits a piece of writing, a strip of film, and so forth. However, editor is also a descriptive word for that person. If we say "Who is she?" and answer it with "She is an editor," we have effectively described her by calling her an editor.
To build upon the idea that descriptive words do not always have to be adjectives, here are a few examples of sentences using an assortment of the words from the above list.
As with any other device in writing, do not overuse the descriptive words in your sentences. If you write "Carter was enigmatic, energetic, elusive, essential, excellent, eerie, eccentric, exuberant, and enlightened" you are probably giving away too much information at once. However, using descriptive words frequently is very important because it gives so much more information to the reader, and makes the entire written piece much more colorful.
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