Although adjectives that start with K are not all that common, there are some very good ones that should not be overlooked. If you're in the market for a K adjective to use in the name of a business or an advertising campaign, and you don't want to resort to cute misspellings like "krazy," "krispy" or (spare us, please) "kwik," look no further.
Here are 20 top adjectives that start with K. They might not all be suitable for an ad campaign, but they can add a kick to your writing and at least they're real words.
So you see, there are lots of good adjectives that start with K, and now that you know them, inventing new ones is just unnecessary. Why use "klean/kleen" when there's "kempt?" What good is "krazy" when you've got both "kooky" and "killer?" Take your pick. There's something here for everyone.