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LIVELY LIST OF POSITIVE ADJECTIVES STARTING WITH L “DESCRIPTIVE L WORDS”
Ladylike characteristic of a lady or woman; well-bred.
Laid-back relaxed and unhurried; easy-going.
Lambent softly brilliant, bright or radiant; flickering softly and lightly on or over a surface; having a gentle glow (especially without heat); luminous; twinkling.
Large big; of relatively or considerable great size, extent or quantity; abundant; full; boastful; profuse; liberal; tolerant.
Large-hearted generous and sympathetic.
Larruping excellent or delicious (especially food); very good.
Lasting enduring; durable; existing, remaining or continuing for a long time.
Latitudinarian libertine; tolerant and not restrained views (especially in religion).
Laudable praiseworthy; commendable; healthy; salubrious.
Laudatory conferring or expressing praise; extolling.
Laureate worthy of the greatest honor; decked or crowned with laurel.
Lavish excessive; very abundant; profuse v. to bestow or give in abundance or profusion.
Law-abiding abiding the laws of society; free from criminal record.
Lawful authorized, recognized, established or constituted by law or rules; rightful.
Education is the key to success in life, and teachers make a lasting impact in the lives of their students. Solomon Ortiz TWEET THIS
Leading principal; best; chief; guiding; directing preceding; occurring in advance.
Leading-edge most up-to-date; latest; leading; the forefront or cutting edge (especially of technological development).
Learned knowledgeable; highly educated; skillful.
Legal a legal right; being allowed by law or rules.
Legendary extremely popular; famous; fabled.
Legible apparent; possible to decipher or read.
Legit legal; legitimate; cool; genuine.
Legitimate lawful; authentic; genuine.
Leisured having leisure and free time; relaxed.
Leisurely unhurried; characterized by leisure.
Lenien permissive; generous; merciful; tolerant; not strict n. an emollient; a lenitive.
Leonine of or characteristic of or relating a lion.
Lepid jocose; pleasant.
Lettered literate; learned; highly educated.
Level-headed rational; sensible.
Liberal unrestrained; tolerant to new ideas; free; generous.
Liberated freed; released.
Liberating giving freedom from restraint or restriction.
Light-hearted happy and carefree; cheerful; merry; free from anxiety.
Likable pleasing; attractive; evoking sympathetic feelings; easy to like.
Like having the similar or same qualities or characteristics.
Like-minded of similar opinion; of the same mind; having the similar tendencies or thoughts.
Liked found enjoyable, pleasant or attractive.
Likely plausible; appropriate, suitable; believable; attractive; pleasant.
Limber flexing or bending readily; supple; pliant.
Lionhearted courageous; brave.
Lissome graceful and quick in movement; flexible; nimble; active.
Literary knowledgeable of writing or literature.
Literate able to write and read well; well-written.
Lithe calm; mild; easily bent.
Lithesome pliant; nimble; lissome; supple; flexible.
Livable suitable or fit to live in or with.
Live that is alive; having active properties; being energized; wide awake.
Lively full, of life, spirit and energy; refreshing; invigorating; brisk.
Living having life; full of vitality, interest or life; realistic or true to life; in active use or function; relating to the maintenance, support or conduct of life; lifelike.
Ideas are infinite, original, and lively divine thoughts. Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel TWEET THIS
Logical reasonable; versed and skilled in the use of thinking and reasoning; based on known conditions, statements or events.
Long-established having a long history and existed or continued for a long time.
Long-standing having existed for a long time; persistent.
Lordly of or relating to a lord; very noble; proud; lofty.
Lovable having characteristics that attract affection or love.
Loved held dear or being the object of love.
Lovely loving; full of love; beautiful; enjoyable; delightful; very nice in general sense.
Loving feeling love or kindness; affectionate.
Loyal faithful to a cause, custom, ideal, duty or person; unwavering and steadfast in devotion to friend or vow.
Lucent shining; translucent; clear; bright; lustrous; lucid.
Lucid easily understood; sane; intelligible; transparent; clear; shining.
Lucky fortuitous; favored by luck or chance.
Lucrative profitable; producing wealth or success; gainful.
Luminous emitting light or full of light; illuminated; bright; easily understood or comprehended; enlightened; clear.
Luscious pleasant and sweet; delicious; very appealing to the mind or senses.
Lush plentiful; abundant; extremely productive or pleasing; voluptuous.
Lustrous having a glow or sheen; radiant; luminous.
Lusty strong; powerful; vigorous; robust; healthful; big.
Luxuriant characterized by abundance, richness or growth; extremely elaborate or florid.
Luxurious characterized by luxury; being extremely fine; superior and rich in quality.
Lynx-eyed having particularly good and keen vision.
Lyrical having an artistically expressive or beautiful quality; melodious; highly enthusiastic; rhapsodic; lyric.
I’ve been lucky. Opportunities don’t often come along. So, when they do, you have to grab them. Audrey Hepburn TWEET THIS
Have a lush and lively day!
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Interesting Categories for the Adjectives Starting with L
The Heroic Adjectives category include words which are fit to describe a hero/ heroine or heroic acts, while the Sporty Adjectives list is composed of adjectives that are used to modify a person who engages in athletic activities. For the Romantic Adjectives list, the words included are those which are commonly used to express affection and describe a romantic partner. Lastly, the Shortest/ Longest Adjectives include the adjectives with the least and the most number of characters.
All of the descriptive words included in the lists are presented with their definitions. Furthermore, an example on how each adjective is put into use is also provided.
lackadaisical: lacking enthusiasm and determination; carelessly lazy
– a lackadaisical defense left the Spurs adrift in the second half
laodicean: lukewarm or halfhearted, especially with respect to religion or politics
– lamented the laodicean attitude of his fellow citizens
lexical: of or relating to the words or vocabulary of a language
– lexical analysis
lilliputian: trivial or very small.
– America’s banks no longer look lilliputian in comparison with Japan’s.
loquacious: tending to talk a great deal; talkative.
– a loquacious dinner guest.
- Positive Adjectives to Describe a Person
learned: having much knowledge acquired by study
– Evan is a learned man.
lean: thin, especially healthily so; having no superfluous fat
– his lean, muscular body
lenient: permissive, merciful, or tolerant
– The judges were lenient.
liberal: open to new behavior or opinions and willing to discard traditional values
– They have more liberal views toward marriage and divorce than some people.
literate: able to read and write.
– literate population
Positive Adjectives to Describe an Event
lasting: enduring or able to endure over a long period of time
– they left a lasting impression.
leisurely: acting or done at leisure; unhurried or relaxed
– a leisurely dinner at our hotel
lifelong: lasting or remaining in a particular state throughout a person’s life
– lifelong journey
lively: full of activity and excitement
– a lively discussion
lucrative: producing a great deal of profit
– lucrative fundraising events
Positive Adjectives to Describe a Place
large: of considerable or relatively great size, extent, or capacity
– The bed is large enough for me, Tina and a friend to lounge on.
lavish: sumptuously rich, elaborate, or luxurious
– a lavish kingdom
light: having a considerable or sufficient amount of natural light; not dark
– The bedrooms are light and airy.
luxuriant: rich and profuse in growth; lush
– The forest is luxuriant and provides home for various species.
luxurious: extremely comfortable, elegant, or enjoyable, especially in a way that involves great expense.
– The bedrooms have luxurious marble bathrooms.
Negative Adjectives to Describe a Person
languid: weak or faint from illness or fatigue
– She was pale, languid, and weak, as if she had delivered a child
lanky: ungracefully thin and tall
– A lanky boy in his late teens stood beside the bed
lazy: unwilling to work or use energy
– I’m very lazy by nature.
lewd: crude and offensive in a sexual way
– he is a lewd person by his look
lumpish: stupid and lethargic
– He is a lumpish performer.
Negative Adjectives to Describe an Event
lame: uninspiring and dull
– It was a lame party.
lamentable: deplorably bad or unsatisfactory
– the lamentable car accident
lengthy: of considerable or unusual length, especially so as to be tedious
– lengthy delay of our flight
lethal: harmful or destructive
– The Krakatoa eruption was the most lethal on record.
libelous: containing or constituting a libel.
– His libelous interview against LaRouche.
Negative Adjectives to Describe a Place
lawless: not governed by or obedient to laws; characterized by a lack of civic order
– It was a lawless, anarchic city.
leaky: having a leak or leaks
– a leaky basement
lifeless: devoid of living things; lacking vigor, vitality, or excitement; dead or apparently dead
– a lifeless planet
loathsome: causing hatred or disgust; repulsive
– This town is loathsome.
loud: producing or capable of producing much noise
– the loud bars
laureate: deserving or having a special recognition for achievement
– battalion of Venice as a laureate soldier
legendary: of, described in, or based on legends; remarkable enough to be famous; very well known
– a legendary warrior of the 4th century
lordly: of, characteristic of, or suitable for a lord
– displayed his lordly title
long-suffering: having or showing patience in spite of troubles, especially those caused by other people
– the long-suffering guardian
loyal: giving or showing firm and constant support or allegiance to a person or institution
– He remained loyal to the government.
leading: having great importance, influence, or success; most important
– Who is the leading football team?
limber: characterized by ease in bending the body; supple; lithe
– the limber gymnast in your yoga class
legendary: remarkable enough to be famous; very well know
– the legendary baseball superstar
lithe: thin, supple, and graceful.
– the lithe swimmer
lively: full of life and energy; active and outgoing
– the lively shooting guard
ladylike: appropriate for or typical of a well-bred, decorous woman or girl
– She looks fabulous in her ladylike dress.
leggy: having attractively long legs
– a leggy redhead
lighthearted: cheerful and carefree
– excited, lighthearted chatter
likeable: pleasant, friendly, and easy to like
– You are a very likeable person.
lovely: exquisitely beautiful
– You have lovely eyes.
loving: feeling or showing love or great care
– a kind and loving husband
lacy: made of or resembling lace
– a lacy gown
laic: characteristic of those who are not members of the clergy
– set his collar in laic rather than clerical position
laid: set down according to a plan
– a carefully laid table with places set for four people
lame: uninspiring and dull
– a lame excuse
Lao: of or relating to a member of the Buddhist people inhabiting the Mekong river in Laos and Thailand
– Lao villagers
lax: lacking in rigor or strictness
– such lax and slipshod ways are no longer acceptable
lay: not of or from a profession
– a lay opinion as to the cause of the disease
lee: towards the side away from the wind
– start to turn in the lee direction
lit: provided with artificial light
– a brightly lit room
low: filled with melancholy and despondency
– low at the thought of what he had to face
lackadaisical: lacking enthusiasm and determination; carelessly lazy
– She was annoyingly lackadaisical and impractical.
– a lamellibranch smooth muscle
laryngopharyngeal: of or relating to the larynx and pharynx
– laryngopharyngeal reflux
latitudinarian: unwilling to accept authority or dogma (especially in religion)
– a latitudinarian attitude
leptorrhinian: having a long narrow nose
– A leptorrhinian woman can be attractive if her face is long enough for her nose.
leptosporangiate: (of ferns) having each sporangium formed from a single epidermal cell
– leptosporangiate fern life cycle
lexicographic: of or relating to lexicography
– a lexicographic literature review
lexicographical: of or relating to lexicography
– lexicographical order
lexicostatistic : pertaining to statistical methods used in studying the relations between languages
– lexicostatistic techniques
Liechtensteiner: or relating to Liechtenstein or its inhabitants
– Liechtensteiner castles