Given the individual natures of human beings, it's no wonder the English language includes so many personality adjectives. You might not notice it, but people use adjectives to describe each other more than they describe anything else. Personality is arguably the most important thing about a person, and there are some incredibly fun words available to describe it.
Here are some of the most entertainingly interesting examples of personality adjectives to help you better describe the people you know.
It's great to expand your vocabulary to more accurately or creatively describe the people you love most. This selection of positive personality adjectives will get you off to a great start:
Sometimes describing your enemies with intelligence and wit is difficult. The times that negative feelings demand description aren't usually conducive to accurate use of vocabulary. Keep these few personality adjectives in mind the next time you have to appear calm and collected when dealing with a difficult person. You might get the upper linguistic hand.
As you can see from these examples of personality adjectives, it's a lot of fun describing people with interesting, new words, whether it's positive or negative. The joy of language is that it allows people to describe their surroundings, and those within them, creatively. The ammunition a large vocabulary affords the speaker is the ability to describe personalities more accurately and pointedly, which fuels creativity, too. So, the next time someone is nice or mean, you now have the adjectives available to praise them or put them in their place with aplomb.
Let us know if you find any other entertaining personality adjectives.