Top 200 adjectives in English

It’s always difficult to describe things in a foreign language. We can explain many things in our native language, but we can’t in other languages. 


In today’s post will see some of the most common advanced adjectives. Up your vocabulary and go impress friends with your new words:


Wonderful” means that something is very amazing. Extremely good:

Example: I think that she’s a wonderful person and you should marry her.


Apparent” means that something is very obvious. It’s very easy to see or understand it.

Example: Two weeks into the training, it became apparent that he was a talented engineer.


Ridiculous” is used to describe something that can’t be true. It makes no sense. It’s absurd.

Example: When you realize how ridiculous these ideas are, you will stop listening to them.


Numerous” means that there are a large number of things.

Example: He has attended numerous social events to build his professional network.


Permanent” is used to describe something that will never change. It will always be the same:

Example: I’ve seen enough of the world, and now I’m looking for a permanent place to stay.


Contemporary” means that two or more things are happening at the same time.

Example: Early humans were contemporary to the mammoths and caused their extinction.


Substantial” describes something of great importance, size, or worth.

Example: A substantial amount of money has been printed since the pandemic began.

Here in Worddio, we like data. We analyzed large databases and compiled a list of the 200 most common adjectives. For each, you will have a description and an example of how to use it in a sentence.


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