If you are commenting on her upper reagon dont use soemthing like big boobs or hooters, insted, a reasonable bust. Solid too is often used in this way: As a child, James was always quite solid. Describing characters imaginatively is an essential skill when writing fiction. I really want to describe the girl at work who is not supposed to be hot but perhaps attractive in some other way. Use of any terms related to sexuality particularly female sexuality have long been from network television. Keep in mind that a group of all guys will probably be showing off to their buddies, so the talk is probably not going to be as genuine as when a guy is speaking to his best friend about someone he thinks he likes but is scared to mess up things by saying the wrong thing.
My perception tells me average on the hyper-critical scale of female body image means a step below barbie doll, and beyond that one runs into gross or pervy sounding adjectives. Frequently serves to co-opt a woman's kindness in order to present her as intellectually inferior. A label thrown at women, usually with negative connotations, that would never be used for a man. A male author might describe her as a tall, athletic blonde, with a wide, genuine smile and legs for miles. Words are listed in alphabetical order: Able Accepting Active Admirable Adorable Adventurous Aggressive Alluring Amazing Ambitious Annoying Appealing Arrogant Articulate Athletic Attractive Awkward Beautiful Beloved Bewitching Blessed Boastful Bold Bossy Brave Breathtaking Bright Brilliant Busy Captivating Careful Caring Charming Cheeky Classy Compassionate Complex Conceited Confident Considerate Cooperative Courageous Crafty Creative Cuddly Cultured Curious Curvy Cute Daring Dark Dazzling Defiant Delicate Delightful Demanding Dependable Detail-Oriented Determined Devoted Devout Disagreeable Disgruntled Divine Dreamer Easy-Going Elegant Energetic Engaging Enigmatic Entertaining Enticing Ethereal Exquisite Fair Faithful Fancy Fascinating Feminine Fighter Fine Forgiving Foxy Free Friendly Fun Fun-Loving Fun-loving Funny Generous Gentle Girly Giving Glamorous Goal-Oriented Good-Natured Good-looking Gorgeous Gracious Grouchy Happy Hard-working Helpful Hilarious Honest Hopeful Hot Huggable Humble Humorous Hypnotic Idolized Imaginative Impassioned Impulsive Independent Intelligent Intimate Intoxicating Intuitive Inventive Irreplaceable Jealous Joyful Judgmental Kind Kind-Hearted Kissable Knowing Knowledgeable Lazy Leader Likable Likeable Lively Lovely Loving Loyal Magnetic Magnificent Manipulative Marvelous Materialistic Matronly Mature Melancholy Merry Mesmerizing Messy Mischievous Mysterious Naïve Natural Neat Nervous Nice Noisy Nurturing Obnoxious Observant Offbeat Open Open-Minded Opinionated Organized Outgoing Passionate Passive Patient Patriotic Perceptive Perfect Perfectionist Persistent Personable Petite Philanthropic Photogenic Pitiful Plain Playful Poetic Polite Popular Pretty Prim Proper Proud Provocative Punctual Questioning Quick-Witted Quiet Quirky Radiant Radical Ravishing Realistic Rebellious Reflective Relaxed Reliable Religious Reserved Respectful Responsible Reverent Rich Rigid Romantic Rude Sacrificing Sad Sarcastic Sassy Self-confident Self-conscious Selfish Sensible Sensitive Serious Sexy Short Shrewd Shy Skinny Smart Smiley Smiling Social Soft Soft-Spoken Sophisticated Special Spirited Spontaneous Spunky Statuesque Strong Strong-Willed Stunning Sweet Sympathetic Talented Talkative Tasteful Tawny Tender-Hearted Thankful Thick-Skinned Thin Thorough Thoughtful Thriving Tough Trusting Trustworthy Warm Warm-Hearted Well-Bred Well-Educated Well-Mannered Well-Read Wily Wise Witty Wonderful Do you have additional describing words that should go on this list? Besides the nose being connected to surrounding facial tissue, someone is probably more likely to hold their nose closed when noticing a bad smell, or they might breath through their mouth until the odour has passed There are other facial tics to avoid.
It includes the phrase china-doll pretty with regards to her face, does everyone understand what that means or is it too far out and I should think of something else? Kids today are more concerned with how they look than ever before. Maybe I should add some more words or remove something what looks inappropriate. Subtle stuff like that that will eventually creat a full picture. While it can be used to apply to men, the word is commonly thrown at any woman who dares mention how she feels, raises her voice, or wells-up with tears. My name is Anita Revel, and I am proud to present the information on this site free of charge so that goddess sisters everywhere can connect with the sacred and savvy goddess within. Of course, there are just as many words to describe the opposite situation.
I have become so accustomed to calling myself fat — and fat being a word that I associate with pride and joy — that at times, I forget how radical and scary an act it truly is. And I think that when we make room for only the most radical people or the most radical vocabulary, we leave many people behind. A beautiful word, to my thinking, is one that rolls across my tongue, makes me feel good, and adds a touch of magic to my day. But the female equivalent is always given this six-letter description. Below is a brief compendium of adjectives that are often used to describe women -- and what they really mean: Bossy: Has on one or more occasion suggested that someone, man or woman, has made a factual error. A female reader is more likely to think of a more womanly character, possibly plus-sized.
The list contains adjectives, synonyms, terminology, and other descriptive words related to women. Similarly, we know what an ordinary person looks like, so we tend to emphasize the unusual in our choice of descriptive adjectives. Feisty: Feisty is sassy with a better resume. But if you have, then maybe that's something you could use. Hang out where guys are watching girls, and listen to them.
The word fat is a powerful little word. So I wouldn't say don't use the more sophomoric terms. She wrote a chapter for my new anthology,. This short video is guaranteed to touch your heart. So many ways to be fat and thin! Think about not just the appearance of their facial elements and structure but how they use them and what causes them to use their features in this identifying way. I asked her to continue, and she said that mandatory self-love — with all the language and the expectations — was too much to ask from most women, especially single moms like her struggling to make a dollar out of fifteen cents. A recent found that it appeared 17 times in women's professional performance reviews and one for men who were openly encouraged to be 'more aggressive.
Rarely used to describe an equally high male one. Probably hard to describe such things if you've never experienced that peculiar kind of magnetism or charisma coming from someone who's less than properly glamorous. I like it because its syllables imply the shape of a voluptuous, curvy woman. In 1972, comedian George Carlin created a now-famous monologue called Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television. When the soul was again led into the body, it related all that had happened to it. Then again, you get women who get peeved about everything no matter what. We've been conditioned to think that curvy and womanly are buzzwords for fat chicks to make themselves feel better.
Perky: Identifies a well-rested, usually petite woman. The soldier who appeared in front of me was large and broad-shouldered. A label most women seek to avoid at all costs. And not just our looks but compliment other things like our intelligence or our outfits! Women are all about life: giving life, nurturing life and keeping love and family going generation after generation. You're jamming a piece of description in where it doesn't belong. Raising the entire forehead is far more common an expression of questioning surprise, for example, than raising just one eyebrow.
This that and the other thing she said while tucking a loose strand of her jet black hair behind her ear. Curvy, adj A man might be plump, or round. Often in fantasy novels especially writers use the stock character of a stern female character who raises one eyebrow archly, continuously. Not elsewhere in Germanic, and the word has died out in German replaced by leib, originally life, and körper, from Latin. Contrasted with soul since at least mid-13c. Related, sassy black woman: Describes self-reliant African-American woman with strength of character.
Ready to memorize her sexual dictionary? Maybe we should stop and reflect on what this means. Cute: Used among men when referring to an attractive woman whose intellectual and comedic allure happen to be more pronounced than her conventional sex appeal. See, personality: broad spectrum of verbal behavior spanning is not clinically mute and enjoys humor, all the way to expresses an opinion. I recently came across a list of the most beautiful words in English. Vibrant to me is the essential element of life, the spark.