A to Z

English is so great. It is funny to think that it’s just one of nearly 7,000 languages. There must be thousands of words as great as the ones I like in English. Some alphabets have way more than 26 characters too. Wouldn’t that be fun?

Great adjectives, A to Z.
(thanks Anna and Hannah for supplying x and y)

Antiquated

Blighted

Capricious

Detrimental

Efficacious

Fastidious

Glib

Harried

Incorrigible

Jovial

Kempt

Limpid

Meager

Negligible

Obliging

Precocious

Quizzical

Reputed

Sallow

Tawny

Ubiquitous

Veracious

Whimsical

Xanadu

Yon

Zealous

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One response to “A to Z

  1. Anna

    xanadu

    It’s a world describing a beautiful or idyllic place.. kind of like Utopia. 🙂 I don’t know.. you could probably find a better one.. X is a toughy!!

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