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Adjectives, Nouns, Verbs & Adverbs

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BIG UNCOMMON POSITIVE ADJENCTIVES

A

Accordant, Acuminous, Adonic, Adrenergic, Ae (Scottish), Affine, Affined, Afflated, Afflating, Agapeistic, Alacritous, Alaudine, AlimentaryAmaranthine, Ambrosial, Ameliorative, Amelioratory, Amoroso, Anamnestic, Animastic, Anodyne, Apodictic, Apollonian, Aperitive, Appetent, Apposite, Arcadian, Argus-eyed, Artisanal, Assiduous, Assurgent, Au fait, Auroral, Auspicious, Autodidactic  Axiological, Axiomatic

      Assertions, as advanced abstractions, alter actions.  Actions ascertain an aggressive anima, or alternatively, admirable attributes.  Actions also animate and alter authentic affections.  The active articles among abstraction and action are assertions.  Acceptable assertions are abiding, accomplished, admirable, altruistic and absolutely appealing.

B

Baconian, Balmy, Beamish, Beatific, Benedictive, Benedictory, Benignant, Bijou, Blithesome, Bonzer, Brill, Buccal, Bucolic

Romantic Adjectives

C

Callipygous, Candescent, Canorous, Canty, Cantier, Cantiest*, Celeritous, ClementClubby, Coadjutant, Cock-a-hoop, Cogitabund, Collegial, Coltish, Columbine, Compendious, Complaisant, Condolatory, Confelicitous, Conferrable, Consentaneous, Consentient, Consubstantial, ConvictiveCoruscant, Cosmopolitan, Couthie, Credential

D

Daedal, Dapatical, Demulcent, Dialectic, Didactic, Didascalic, Dinkum, Dispassionate, Doughty, Droll, Dulcet

  E

Echt, Eclectic, Ecumenical, Edified, Edifying, Effulgent, Eleemosynary, Elemental, Eleutherian, Empyrean, En règle, Epigamic, Epicurean, Epideictic, Epididactic, Epinician, Equable, Equanimous, Equiponderant, Equiponderate, Equipollent, Erudite, Eupeptic, Eudaimonistic, Eudaimonistical, Euphonious, Eurhythmic, Eviternal, Excelsior Expergefacient, Eyesome

Funny Definitions               Divine Adjectives

F

Facultative, Fain, Featous, Felicitous, Feracious, Festal, Forbearing, Frabjous, Fulgent

G

Galvanized, Galvanizing, Gelastic, Gelogenic, Gnarly, Gnomic, Gracile, Gradely, Graith

H

Halcyon, Haloed, Henotic, Heuristic, Hortative, Hortatory, Hygeian


I

Idoneous, Illecebrous, Immarcescible, Impavid, Impeccant, Inaurate, Incomplex, Indubitable, Ineffable, Innate, InnocuousInnoxious, Insouciant, Intemerate, Irenic, Iridine, Irrefragable, Irrevincible

J

Jiggish, Jimp (Scot. and N. England), Jocoserious, Jolif, Junoesque, Juvenescent

 

Knock-knock!

 

L

Lambent, Largifical, Latitudinarian, Lautitious, Lepid, Limpid, Lissome, Literary, Longanimous, Luciferous, LucriferousLuculent, LudibundLudic, Lusory

M

Mabsoot, Macrobian, Magistral, Margaric, Margaritiferous, Marmoreal, Mediagenic, Meet, Melioristic, Melliloquent, Mellisonant, Meracious, Mickle, Minikin, Mirific, Muliebral, Muliebrile, Muliebrous, Multifarious, Munificent

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N

Naissant, Nascent, Natalitial, NeotericNitid, Nobiliary, Noetic, Noctiflorous, Nonpareil, Nubigenous,

O

Oecumenical, On the qui vive, Oneiric, OpinableOrbificOrphean, Oscular

P

Pabulous, Pacable, Paciferous, Palmarian, Palmary, Panglossian, Paridisiacal, Parnassian, Parthenian, Pecuniary, Pellucid, Percipient, Perdurable, Peregal, Perspicacious, Perspicuous, Pharaonic, Philodemic, Philoprogenitive, Phlegmatic, Pierian, Piquant, Plenary, Pluperfect, PollentPotable, Precocious, Prefulgent, Prepossessing, Prepotent, Prescient, Prescious, Prevenient, PrevoyantPrimo, Pro, Probative, ProfulgentProleptic, Proleptical, Propitious, ProteanProto-, Puissant, Pulchritudinous, Pukka

Q

Quemeful

R

Rathe, Ratiocinative, Recherché, Recipient, Redolent, Refulgent, Renascent, Replete, Reviviscent, Riant, Rident, Ridibund, Risorial, Rutilant

S

Salubrious, Salutary, Salutiferous, Salvific, Sanative, Sanatory, Sanctiloquent, Sanguine, Sapid, Sapiential, Sapient, Saporific, Saporous, Sartorial, Sative, Saturnalian, Scintillant, Scintillescent, Sedulous, Selcouth, Sensate, Seraphic, Skeigh, Skookum, Slamin', Snod, (Scot. and N. England), Soigne, Solacious, Sonsy, Soothfast, SophicSponsal, Sprauncy, Staid, Sthenic, Stipendiary, Stoic, Stonking, Suasive, Suaveolens/Suaveolent, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Supernal, Supersensible, Supraliminal, Sustentative, Sybaritic, Sylvan

T

Tachytelic, Telegenic, Teleorganic, Tempean, Tempestive, Tenable, Theanthropic, Theopneustic, Timeous, Toothsome, Traditive, Transpicuous, Tutelary, Twitterpated

U

Uber, Unabashed, Unigenous, Unisonous, Univocal, Unwithdrawing, Unzymotic, Upbuilding, Uxorial

V

Vatic, Vaticinal, Vegete, Velocious, Venial, Ventorious, Venust, Veracious, Verdant, Verdurous, Verecund, Veridical, Veridicous, Veriloquent, Vernal, Viparious, Vitative, Volable, Volant, Vulnerary

W

Waggish, Warranted, Weleful, Wight

X

Xenial, Xenodochial

Y

Yare, Yern,

Zen parable

Z

Zazzy, Zoetic

 

BIG UNCOMMON POSITIVE ABSTRACT NOUNS

A

Acclamation, Aceology, Acumen, Accession, AdroitnessAegis, Afflatus, Agape, AgapismAlacrity, Alannah, Amour-propre, Angelocracy, Angelology, Angelus, Aplomb, Apogee, Apotheosis, Apperception, Appositeness, Approbation, Aroha, Assimilation, Ataraxia, Ataraxis, Ataraxy, Atticism, Aubade, Aureole

B

Badinage, Basiation, Behoof, Benefaction, Beneficence, Benison, Bibelot, Billet-doux, Biophilia, Bonhomie, Bon ton, Boomlet, Bravura, Brio

C

Cachet, Callista, Camelot, Caritas, Cerebration, Christmastide, Clemency, Cockaigne, Comity, Complement, Conception, Cosmolatry, Cosmotheism, Credence, Culmen, Cynosure

D

Delectation, Desiderata, Desideratum, DillyDithyramb, Doozy, Doxology

E

Effulgence, Eirenicon, Electuary, ElysiumEmpyrean, EncomiumEpicureanism, Epimyth, Epinicion, Epithalamion, Equanimity, Equipoise, Esse, Ethography, Ethonomics, Eudaimonia/Eudaimonism, Eunoia, Eupathy, Euphony, Eutaxy, Euthenics, Eutrapely

Funny Definitions

F

Facundity, FeminacyFettle, Foison, Fulgor, Furtherance

G

Gelasin, Generativity, Gnosis, Gramary, Gramercy (from 'Grand Merci'; BIG thanks), Gratulation

H

Halcyon, Hardihood, Henosis, Honorificabilitudinity, Humdinger, HygiasticsHygiology

I

Iamatology, Immanentism, IndifferentismInstauration, IrrefragablilityIrenologyIsness, Isopolity, Isonomy, Izzat

J

Jnana, JollificationJumboism, Juste-milieu

K

Kalon

L

Lagniappe, Largesse, Latria, Legerity, Lenity, Lepidity, Lodestone, Logos, Lollapalooza, Longanimity, Lucubration

M

Macarism, Mansuetude, Manuduction, Manumission, Marmoreal Repose, Meliorism, MirabiliaMuliebrity, Munity

N

Naissance, Ne plus ultraNisus, NitencyNoegenesis, Normalism, Novity, Nutrication

O

Obeisance, Oblectation, Oneirocriticism, Ophelimity

P

Pabulum, Paean, Panacea, Panaesthesia, Panaesthetism, Panegyric, Pansophism/Pansophy, Pantheism, Pantisocracy, Paradigm, Parage, Parousia, Pash, Patefaction, Pathopoeia, Pedagogics/Pedagogy, Peerage, Penchant, Pepper-upper, Percipience, Perfectibilism, Perfectibility, Perfectionism, PerspicacityPerspicuity, Philocaly, Philogyny, Philology, Philoxenia PlauditPoiesis, Polyamory, Polymathy, Precosity, Prepollence, Prevision, Prevoyance, PrimitivismProbity, Procinct, Pronoia, Propinquity, Propitiousness, Pudicity, Pundonor

Q

Quiety, Quintessence, Quixotism

R

Raillery, Rapport, Rapprochement, Rara avis, Ratiocination, Realism, Rede, Reguerdon, Repletion, Retrocognition, RetrophiliaRisibility

S

Sageship, Salad days, Sanctanimity, Sanctum, SangfroidSanguineness, Sanguinity, SapiditySapience, Satiety, Satori, Sedulousness, SodalitySooth, Succor, Suffisance, Superbia, Sweven, Sylph, Syngenesis

Speed originally meant  'Prosperity and/or success and/or rapidity (aka. Spede)'

T

Telegnosis, Telergy, Testamur, Thaumatogeny, Thaumatography, Thaumatology, Theanthropism, Theanthroposophy, Theurgy, Theocentrism, Theopanism, Theopathy, Theophilanthropism, Theopsychism, Theosophy, Theotherapy, ThrepsologyTranscendentalism, Transvolation, Trophism, Trophology, Trouvaille Tucket, Tutelage

Unlimited Love

U

Uberty, Ubuntu, UnicityUniversalism

V

Veracity, Veraciousness, Verity, Vernality, Vertex Victoria VirtuVitalism, Vivat, Vivency, Volupty, Vraisemblance

X

Xenophilia, Xenophily

Z

Zoomagnetism

BIG UNUSUAL POSITIVE

CONCRETE NOUNS THAT DESCRIBE PEOPLE

A

Aerophile, Aesthete, Afrophile. Ailurophile, Amoret, Americophile, Androphile, Anglophile, Anthophile, Arachnophile, Armenophile, Ascendant, Asiaphile, Astrophile, Audiophile, Autodidact, Autophile, Aviphile

At the root of the word 'Amateur' is the Latin 'Amat' meaning that an amateur is someone who does something purely for the love of it.

B

Beatus, Beau ideal, Bel-esprit, Bibliophile, Brandophile, Bulbophile, Bulgarophile

C

Cambrophile, Caninophile, Chamberlain, Chocophile, Chromophile, Clerisy, Coadjutant, Coadjutor, Cognoscente, Cognoscenti, Computerphile, Confrere, Convive Cosmocrat, Cosmopolitan, Cosmopolite, Cryophile, Cynophile

D

Danophile, Deipnosophist, Digerati, Dinophile, Discophile, Dogophile, Doozy, Doula, Doyen, Doyenne

E

Ecstatic, Egyptophile, Entomophile, Epididact, Eudaimonist, Europhile

     English elocution is existence extant.  Expertise in executing expression evaluates everybody's emblematic energy of ennui or excellence.  Enlightened enunciation is essential to an enduring ego and to enjoyably eventful, easygoing or enthusiastic, exchange.  Effective efficiency in expressive elocution evaluates the essence and experience of each and every entity.

     Express exquisitely.  Effective executive emergence is electric, energetic, engaging, earnest, ethical, and equally enlightened and enlightening.  It evolves and excites everyone.  It empowers the everyday to emanate enchantment, elation, excitement, and effervescence.  Executing exemplary expression emancipates the enjoyable, energizes the exceptional, engages the exciting, and electrifies the ebullient with endearing exuberance. Eagerly encourage the epitome: Endeavour to express extraordinary excellence.

F

Fennophile, Foodophile, Francophile

G

Galanthophile, Gospelphile, Grandee, Gynecophile, Gynephile, Gynophile

H

Heliophile, Hellenophile, Hibernophile, Hippophile, Hungarophile

 

I

Inamorata, Inamorato, Islamophile, Israelophile

J

Judeophile

L

Latitudinarian, Logophile, Londonphile, Lusophile

M

Materfamilias, Meliorist, Melophile, Metropolitan,  Muslimophile

N

Nabob, Negrophile, Neophile, Neonate, Neoteric, Nipponophile, Nonesuch, Nyctophile

O

Ombrophile, Ornithophile, Ostreaphile

P

Paganophile, Paladin, Palestinophile, Paperphile, Paraclete, Paradigm, Paragon, Paramount, Paterfamilias, Perfectibilian, Perfectibilist Philalethist, Philomath, Philogynist Philonoist, Phytophile, Pianophile, Pigsney, Pluviophile, Polymath, Pogonophile, Potentate, Potterphile, Preceptor, Primogenitor, Protean Prussophile, Psychrophile,  Pygophile

Q

Qualtagh

R

Raconteur, Redophile, Retrophile, Rheophile, Robophile, Russophile

S

Scholarch, Scion, Sinophile, Slavophile, Socius, Solon, Swedophile

T

Technophile, Thalassophile, Theodidact, Theophile (aka theophilist), Theotokos, Turcophile, Turophile, Typhlophile

 

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U

Umbraphile

V

Videophile, Votary

Y

Younker

X

Xenophile

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BIG UNUSUAL POSITIVE VERBS

Absterge, Accourage, Accoy, Ameliorate, Apricate, Asseverate, Assoil, BaisemainBasiate, Beatify, Bonify, Chirk, Complect, Comport, Concrew, Conflate, Coruscate, Degust, Deosculate, DepurateEffloresce, Epuration, Equiparate, Excogitate, Exculpate, Explicate, Exosculate, Felicify, Felicitate, Gambol, Homologate, Hospitate, Impetrate, Incede, Irroborate, Ken, Macarize, Maffick, Mundify, Munify Nobilitate, Omnify, Osculate, Pacificate, Premiate, Propitiate, Rede, Redintegrate, Refocillate, Reguerdon, Reinfund, Revalorize, Titivate, Uprear, Upskill, Upstay, Vaticinate, Winnow, Wive

     Fine fluency, in its fidelity and form, is a fantastically fundamental faculty. Forming flair for flavourful fluency is fulfilling and fortuitously fruitful. Follow-up fundamental foundations are fortunate feelings and furthering a flourishing and fortified firmament.

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BIG UNUSUAL POSITIVE ADVERBS

Abask, Alacritously, Amoroso, Aright, Conamore, Effulgently, Felicitously, Gamefully, Imprimis, Indefatigably, Lief, Munificently, Pari passu, Perspicaciously, Perspicuously, Piquantly, Quicksticks, Quixotically Saliently, Sedulously, Transcendentally, Verily

 

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