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10 words (Adjectives) to describe People

Vocabulary plays an important part in learning to read. Vocabulary can make your writing more powerful and more effective and help you say exactly what you mean.
It Sharpens Your Communication. If you have good vocabulary, you have a choice to choose the correct word more appropriately.
Here, I have brought 10 adjectives used to describe various people. You can add these words to your vocabulary.

1.Obnoxious

/əbˈnɒk.ʃəs/
अब्ˈनॉक्‌शस्‌

adjective
extremely unpleasant, especially in a way that offends people

Examples
• All the employees of this company say that their boss is loud and obnoxious.[the

• When she’s in a bad mood she’s obnoxious to everyone.


2.Indigenous
adjective

/ɪnˈdɪdʒ.ɪ.nəs/

Meaning

naturally existing in a place or country rather than arriving from another place:

Examples

  1. Are there any species of frog indigenous to the area?
  2. So who are the indigenous people of this land?
3.Frivolous

adjective

/ˈfrɪv.əl.əs/

Meaning:

not serious; silly
behaving in a silly way and not taking anything seriously:

Examples

  1. I think he sees her as a frivolous young woman.
  2. Nobody takes him seriously as he is a frivolous fellow.
  3. A frivolous activity or object is silly or not important rather than useful or serious:
  4. I feel like doing something completely frivolous today.
  5. Her activities were completely frivolous today.
4. Jocular

/ˈdʒɑː.kjə.lɚ/

adjective

Meaning
1.humorous or amusing

Examples
1. The jocular man is known for his funny punchlines.

2. Her jocular personality always made the audience smile.

5.Callous

adjective

/ˈkæl.əs/

Meaning

unkind, cruel, and without sympathy or feeling for other people:
दूसरों की भावनाओं या पीड़ा की उपेक्षा करते हुए; कठोर हृदय, बेदर्द, निष्ठुर, संवेदनाहीन

Examples

  1. The thief was so callous that he stole money from the poor.
  2. It might sound callous, but I don’t careif he’s homeless. He’s not living with me!

Synonyms

brutal

cruel

hard (SEVERE)

harsh (UNKIND)

inhuman

6. Conceited  

/kənˈsiː.tɪd/

adjective

Meaning

disapproving

too proud of yourself, your actions and abilities:

अहंकारी, घमंडी

Examples

1. He’s so conceited—he thinks he’s the best at everything!

2. Without wishing to sound conceited, I am the best salesperson in the company.

7. Boisterous
adjective

/ˈbɔɪ·stər·əs/

Meaning

noisy and not controlled:

Example

It’s very difficult for me to concentrate because of this group of boisterous lads.

The boisterous student disrupted his class everyday.

8.Crabby

adjective

/ˈkræb.i/

Meaning

easily annoyed and complaining:

easily irritated :

Examples

  1. He gets crabby if he doesn’t win his match.
  2. You’re very crabby today. What’s bothering you?
  3. It’s very difficult to convince a crabby old man.
9. Dexterous

adjective

/ˈdek.strəs/

Meaning
having the ability to perform a difficult action quickly and skilfully with the hands:

having the ability to think quickly and effectively or to do something difficult extremely well.

निपुण
कुशल
दक्ष

Examples

  1. He is a dexterous keyboard player”
  2. She was lively and dexterous intellectually.
  3. He is a dexterous debater who deals swiftly with interrogators.

More examples

4.He is a dexterous surgeon who never fails in his operations.

5.To repair my computer, you must be practical and dexterous.

10.  Groggy
  
  /ˈɡrɒɡi/
 
Meaning
 
 weak, or unsteady, especially from illness, intoxication, sleep, or a blow.
 
Examples
 
1.The sleeping pills left her feeling groggy.
 
2.He felt a bit groggy while walking for a few days after his operation.
 
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