All Adjectives that Start with B (Sorted List)

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Adjectives That Start With B (Divided by Number of Letters)

3 Letter Adjectives That Start With B

  • Bad
  • Big

4 Letter Adjectives That Start With B

  • Bald
  • Bare
  • Base
  • Best
  • Blae
  • Blue
  • Bold
  • Boxy
  • Brag
  • Braw
  • Busy

5 Letter Adjectives That Start With B

  • Baggy
  • Baled
  • Balky
  • Balmy
  • Banal
  • Bandy
  • Baric
  • Barky
  • Barmy
  • Basal
  • Basic
  • Bated
  • Batty
  • Baume
  • Bawdy
  • Beady
  • Beamy
  • Beige
  • Bigot
  • Bijou
  • Bilgy
  • Binal
  • Birch
  • Black
  • Blady
  • Bland
  • Blank
  • Blase
  • Blest
  • Blind
  • Blond
  • Blown
  • Blowy
  • Bogus
  • Booby
  • Bossy
  • Bousy
  • Bovid
  • Boxen
  • Braky
  • Brave
  • Brent
  • Brief
  • Brill
  • Briny
  • Brisk
  • Broad
  • Brown
  • Brute
  • Buffy
  • Buggy
  • Bulgy
  • Bulky
  • Bully
  • Burly
  • Bushy
  • Busky
  • Buxom

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6 Letter Adjectives That Start With B

  • Babish
  • Baltic
  • Banded
  • Barbed
  • Barbre
  • Bardic
  • Barful
  • Basial
  • Basque
  • Beachy
  • Beaded
  • Beaked
  • Beamed
  • Beaten
  • Bedded
  • Bedlam
  • Bedrid
  • Beechy
  • Bennet
  • Benumb
  • Bereft
  • Better
  • Biacid
  • Bicorn
  • Biface
  • Bifold
  • Binous
  • Birken
  • Bitter
  • Bivial
  • Blabby
  • Bladed
  • Blanch
  • Blasty
  • Blithe
  • Blocky
  • Blonde
  • Bloody
  • Blotto
  • Blowsy
  • Blowzy
  • Blythe
  • Bollen
  • Bolshy
  • Bonair
  • Booted
  • Boreal
  • Boring
  • Bosomy
  • Boyish
  • Bracky
  • Braggy
  • Brainy
  • Branny
  • Brashy
  • Brassy
  • Bratty
  • Brawny
  • Brazen
  • Breezy
  • Breton
  • Brevet
  • Briary
  • Bricky
  • Bridal
  • Briery
  • Bright
  • Briton
  • Broche
  • Bromic
  • Broomy
  • Brumal
  • Brutal
  • Bubbly
  • Buccal
  • Burbly
  • Buried
  • Burked
  • Burled
  • Bursal
  • Busked

7 Letter Adjectives That Start With B

  • Babyish
  • Baddish
  • Baffled
  • Baleful
  • Balking
  • Balkish
  • Ballast
  • Balneal
  • Balsamy
  • Baneful
  • Banging
  • Bardish
  • Barfing
  • Barocco
  • Baroque
  • Barytic
  • Bashful
  • Basilar
  • Basilic
  • Basinal
  • Basined
  • Bathyal
  • Batwing
  • Beamful
  • Beaming
  • Beamish
  • Bearded
  • Bearing
  • Bearish
  • Beastly
  • Bedewed
  • Bedfast
  • Bedless
  • Bedouin
  • Beechen
  • Beggary
  • Belgian
  • Beloved
  • Bemused
  • Bengali
  • Benthal
  • Benzoic
  • Bernese
  • Berried
  • Berserk
  • Bestial
  • Biaural
  • Bibasic
  • Bibless
  • Bicched
  • Bifocal
  • Biggish
  • Biliary
  • Billowy
  • Bilobed
  • Bimetal
  • Bimodal
  • Bipedal
  • Birchen
  • Bittern
  • Bivious
  • Bizarre
  • Bizonal
  • Blanket
  • Blaring
  • Blasted
  • Blatant
  • Blazing
  • Blessed
  • Blissom
  • Blotchy
  • Blowzed
  • Blueish
  • Boarish
  • Bobbish
  • Bodeful
  • Boletic
  • Bombast
  • Bondage
  • Boolean
  • Booming
  • Boorish
  • Bootleg
  • Borable
  • Boracic
  • Boronic
  • Bosnian
  • Botched
  • Bothnic
  • Bowable
  • Boylike
  • Braided
  • Braised
  • Braless
  • Branchy
  • Braying
  • Breachy
  • Breaded
  • Brickle
  • Bridgey
  • Briered
  • Brimful
  • Brinish
  • British
  • Brittle
  • Brumous
  • Brusque
  • Brutish
  • Bubonic
  • Buckish
  • Budding
  • Buffoon
  • Bugbear
  • Buglike
  • Bulbous
  • Bulging
  • Bulimic
  • Bullish
  • Buoyant
  • Burghal
  • Burmese
  • Burundi
  • Butyric
  • Buxeous

8 Letter Adjectives That Start With B

  • Babbling
  • Babelike
  • Backless
  • Backmost
  • Backward
  • Baconian
  • Bactrian
  • Baffling
  • Bahamian
  • Bailable
  • Balanced
  • Balearic
  • Balletic
  • Banausic
  • Bandaged
  • Bankable
  • Bankrupt
  • Baptized
  • Barbaric
  • Barnlike
  • Baronial
  • Basaltic
  • Baseborn
  • Baseless
  • Basidial
  • Basihyal
  • Basilary
  • Basylous
  • Batavian
  • Bathetic
  • Bauxitic
  • Bavarian
  • Bayesian
  • Beadlike
  • Beakless
  • Beaklike
  • Beamless
  • Bearable
  • Beardown
  • Beatable
  • Beavered
  • Becalmed
  • Becoming
  • Bedaubed
  • Bedimmed
  • Befogged
  • Befouled
  • Beggable
  • Begrimed
  • Beheaded
  • Beholden
  • Belching
  • Beltlike
  • Bendable
  • Beneaped
  • Beninese
  • Benumbed
  • Benzylic
  • Beplumed
  • Bepuffed
  • Bereaved
  • Bermudan
  • Besprent
  • Betrayed
  • Biblical
  • Bibulous
  • Bicaudal
  • Biconvex
  • Bicrural
  • Biddable
  • Bidental
  • Biennial
  • Biferous
  • Biforked
  • Biforous
  • Bijugous
  • Bilabial
  • Bilinear
  • Bimanous
  • Bimanual
  • Bimedial
  • Bimensal
  • Binaural
  • Bindable
  • Biparous
  • Biradial
  • Biramous
  • Birdlike
  • Biscayan
  • Biserial
  • Bisexual
  • Blackish
  • Bladdery
  • Blameful
  • Blasting
  • Blendous
  • Blenniid
  • Blighted
  • Blissful
  • Blockish
  • Blooming
  • Blotless
  • Blubbery
  • Bluntish
  • Blushful
  • Blushing
  • Boastful
  • Boatable
  • Bodleian
  • Boeotian
  • Bogglish
  • Bohemian
  • Boistous
  • Bolivian
  • Bondable
  • Boobyish
  • Bookable
  • Bootless
  • Boracous
  • Bordeaux
  • Bothnian
  • Bouncing
  • Brachial
  • Brackish
  • Bracteal
  • Bragless
  • Brainish
  • Brambled
  • Brattish
  • Brawling
  • Breasted
  • Breathed
  • Breeched
  • Breeding
  • Breviped
  • Briarean
  • Bribable
  • Brimless
  • Bristled
  • Bruneian
  • Bryozoan
  • Bubaline
  • Buccinal
  • Bullocky
  • Bullying
  • Bumbling
  • Bungling
  • Burletta
  • Burnable
  • Burrlike
  • Bursting
  • Bushless
  • Buskined
  • Bustling
  • Butyrous

9 Letter Adjectives That Start With B

  • Baboonish
  • Babylonic
  • Bacchanal
  • Bacchical
  • Backboned
  • Badgeless
  • Ballooned
  • Balsamous
  • Balzacian
  • Barbadian
  • Barbarian
  • Barbarous
  • Barbecued
  • Barbequed
  • Barnacled
  • Basifixed
  • Basilical
  • Basipetal
  • Battleful
  • Beardless
  • Beastlike
  • Beatified
  • Beauteous
  • Beautiful
  • Beckoning
  • Bedazzled
  • Bedridden
  • Befitting
  • Befuddled
  • Bejeweled
  • Bell-like
  • Bellyless
  • Bengalese
  • Benighted
  • Benignant
  • Benthamic
  • Berrylike
  • Beseeming
  • Betrothed
  • Bewitched
  • Bewrought
  • Bibacious
  • Bibliotic
  • Bicallous
  • Bicameral
  • Bicipital
  • Bickering
  • Biconcave
  • Bicornous
  • Bifarious
  • Biflorous
  • Bifurcous
  • Bigeminal
  • Bigeneric
  • Bilateral
  • Biliteral
  • Bimembral
  • Bioactive
  • Biogenous
  • Birthless
  • Bismuthal
  • Bisulcous
  • Biventral
  • Blackened
  • Bladelike
  • Blameless
  • Blastemal
  • Blastemic
  • Blighting
  • Blindfold
  • Blissless
  • Blitheful
  • Blocklike
  • Blood-red
  • Bloomless
  • Blue-eyed
  • Blushless
  • Boardable
  • Boastless
  • Bodacious
  • Bogartian
  • Bolognese
  • Bolstered
  • Bombproof
  • Bosporian
  • Botanical
  • Botulinal
  • Boughless
  • Boundless
  • Bounteous
  • Bountiful
  • Bourgeois
  • Bournless
  • Bowelless
  • Bractless
  • Brahmanic
  • Brahminic
  • Brainless
  • Brainsick
  • Branchial
  • Brasslike
  • Brazilian
  • Breadless
  • Breakable
  • Breakaway
  • Breakneck
  • Bregmatic
  • Bribeless
  • Briefless
  • Brillante
  • Brilliant
  • Britannic
  • Bronchial
  • Brunonian
  • Bugginess
  • Bulgarian
  • Bullantic
  • Bullfaced
  • Bumpkinly
  • Bumptious
  • Burlesque
  • Burundian

10 Letter Adjectives That Start With B

  • Babylonian
  • Bacchantic
  • Baldheaded
  • Balneatory
  • Balustered
  • Baptizable
  • Barmecidal
  • Barometric
  • Basiscopic
  • Batrachian
  • Batrachoid
  • Beaconless
  • Beatifical
  • Bedraggled
  • Beforehand
  • Behavioral
  • Behindhand
  • Behooveful
  • Belarusian
  • Belemnitic
  • Belgravian
  • Believable
  • Beneficial
  • Berkeleian
  • Bestraught
  • Bestubbled
  • Bettermost
  • Better-off
  • Bewailable
  • Bewildered
  • Biangulous
  • Bicapsular
  • Bicipitous
  • Bicorporal
  • Bighearted
  • Bigmouthed
  • Biliferous
  • Bimestrial
  • Bimetallic
  • Binominous
  • Biological
  • Biomedical
  • Bionomical
  • Bioplasmic
  • Biparietal
  • Bipartible
  • Bipetalous
  • Bipunctate
  • Bipunctual
  • Bishoplike
  • Bismuthous
  • Bissextile
  • Bite-sized
  • Bituminous
  • Blistering
  • Blithesome
  • Blottesque
  • Blundering
  • Blustering
  • Boisterous
  • Bombylious
  • Boneheaded
  • Bonnetless
  • Boswellian
  • Botryoidal
  • Bounderish
  • Brachyural
  • Branchless
  • Brassbound
  • Breastless
  • Breathable
  • Breathless
  • Brecciated
  • Breezeless
  • Bridgeable
  • Bridgeless
  • Brigandish
  • Bright-red
  • Brightsome
  • Brown-eyed
  • Bryophytic
  • Buddhistic
  • Bulbaceous
  • Bullheaded
  • Bullnecked
  • Bunglesome
  • Burdenless
  • Burdensome
  • Burgeoning

11 Letter Adjectives That Start With B

  • Babylonical
  • Bacciferous
  • Baccivorous
  • Balanceable
  • Baptistical
  • Barbaresque
  • Barbigerous
  • Barycentric
  • Belligerent
  • Benedictive
  • Beneficiary
  • Beneficient
  • Benzoinated
  • Betulaceous
  • Bewhiskered
  • Bezoartical
  • Bibliopegic
  • Bicephalous
  • Bichromated
  • Bimillenial
  • Biochemical
  • Biomagnetic
  • Bipyramidal
  • Bisectional
  • Bittersweet
  • Bladderlike
  • Blameworthy
  • Blasphemous
  • Blastematic
  • Blastomeric
  • Blastoporal
  • Blastoporic
  • Bleary-eyed
  • Blue-ribbon
  • Bombycinous
  • Bonapartean
  • Bootlicking
  • Boragineous
  • Brachyceral
  • Brachyurous
  • Brahminical
  • Brainwashed
  • Brazenfaced
  • Breadthless
  • Bright-eyed
  • Bristlelike
  • Brotherlike
  • Bryological
  • Burglarious
  • Butyraceous

12 Letter Adjectives That Start With B

  • Bacchanalian
  • Bad-tempered
  • Balaniferous
  • Beethovenian
  • Belletristic
  • Bequeathable
  • Bespectacled
  • Bibliophilic
  • Bibliothecal
  • Bicarbureted
  • Bicentennial
  • Biographical
  • Biopsychical
  • Bipinnatifid
  • Birefringent
  • Blastocoelic
  • Blastodermic
  • Blastophoral
  • Blastophoric
  • Blennogenous
  • Bloodstained
  • Bloodsucking
  • Bloodthirsty
  • Bootylicious
  • Brachycranic
  • Brachytypous
  • Breathtaking
  • Brevirostral
  • Bromoiodized
  • Bushwhacking
  • Businesslike

13 Letter Adjectives That Start With B

  • Baccalaureate
  • Basioccipital
  • Bathymetrical
  • Behavioristic
  • Beneficential
  • Bibliolatrous
  • Bibliological
  • Bicylindrical
  • Bidirectional
  • Bignoniaceous
  • Biodegradable
  • Birectangular
  • Blastocarpous
  • Blastogenetic
  • Blastomycotic
  • Blastospheric
  • Bone-crushing
  • Boraginaceous
  • Brachiopodous
  • Brachycranial
  • Brachypterous
  • Brassicaceous
  • Bromeliaceous
  • Bronchoscopic

14 Letter Adjectives That Start With B

  • Belletristical
  • Bibliomaniacal
  • Bibliopegistic
  • Bismuthiferous
  • Bituminiferous
  • Blabbermouthed
  • Blandiloquious
  • Blastodermatic
  • Blood-curdling
  • Borraginaceous
  • Brachycephalic
  • Brachydactylic
  • Brachydiagonal
  • Branchiopodous
  • Branchiostegal
  • Broken-hearted
  • Bureaucratical

15 Letter Adjectives That Start With B

  • Batrachophagous
  • Biantheriferous
  • Bibliographical
  • Bibliothecarial
  • Biogeographical
  • Boustrophedonic
  • Brachycephalous
  • Brachydactylous
  • Branchiostegous

Top 100 Adjectives That Start With B (Sorted Alphabetically)

1. Bad

Meaning: Inferior in quality; not good.

Example: She thought the movie was bad compared to the book.

2. Baffling

Meaning: Hard to understand or solve; perplexing.

Example: His behavior was completely baffling to everyone.

3. Bald

Meaning: Lacking hair on the head.

Example: He had a bald patch on the back of his head.

4. Baleful

Meaning: Threatening harm or evil.

Example: The cat gave a baleful glare to the intruding dog.

5. Banal

Meaning: So common as to be boring; trite.

Example: The speech was filled with banal clichés.

6. Barren

Meaning: Unable to produce or support growth.

Example: The barren land was unsuitable for farming.

7. Buff

Meaning: A person who is enthusiastic and knowledgeable about a subject.

Example: He’s a film buff who has seen thousands of movies.

8. Basic

Meaning: Fundamental or essential.

Example: He needs to improve his basic skills in mathematics.

9. Batty

Meaning: Crazy or eccentric.

Example: His ideas are a bit batty, but they sometimes work.

10. Bulging

Meaning: Swelling or protruding outwards.

Example: The suitcase was bulging with clothes.

11. Beautiful

Meaning: Pleasing to the eye or mind aesthetically.

Example: The sunset over the ocean was incredibly beautiful.

12. Bellicose

Meaning: Demonstrating aggression or willingness to fight.

Example: The bellicose nation was always ready for war.

13. Belligerent

Meaning: Hostile or aggressive.

Example: His belligerent attitude made discussions difficult.

14. Beneficial

Meaning: Resulting in good; favorable or advantageous.

Example: Eating vegetables is beneficial to your health.

15. Benevolent

Meaning: Showing kindness or goodwill.

Example: The benevolent old man donated to many charities.

16. Benign

Meaning: Gentle; not harmful.

Example: The tumor was benign and not a threat to her health.

17. Bent

Meaning: Determinedly set in a particular direction.

Example: She was bent on completing her novel by the end of the year.

18. Bitter

Meaning: Having a sharp, pungent taste; showing strong hostility.

Example: He felt a bitter taste from the medicine.

19. Bizarre

Meaning: Very strange or unusual.

Example: He wore a bizarre outfit to the party.

20. Black

Meaning: Of the very darkest color; the absence of light.

Example: The room was pitch black without any lights on.

21. Blameless

Meaning: Free from blame; innocent.

Example: She was blameless in the entire situation.

22. Blaring

Meaning: Making a loud, harsh noise.

Example: The blaring music made it hard to concentrate.

23. Blatant

Meaning: Completely obvious, especially in an offensive manner.

Example: His lies were blatant and easily detected.

24. Bleak

Meaning: Lacking vegetation and exposed to the elements.

Example: The bleak landscape was a stark contrast to the lush forest.

25. Blissful

Meaning: Extremely happy; full of joy.

Example: She had a blissful day at the spa.

26. Bloated

Meaning: Swollen or puffed up.

Example: After eating too much, he felt bloated.

27. Blond

Meaning: Having fair hair or complexion.

Example: The blond child played happily on the beach.

28. Blue

Meaning: Color of the sky on a clear day; feeling sad.

Example: She felt a bit blue after the sad movie.

29. Blunt

Meaning: Having a broad or rounded end; straightforward.

Example: He was known for his blunt feedback.

30. Blurred

Meaning: Not clear or distinct.

Example: The photo was blurred because he moved the camera.

31. Boastful

Meaning: Expressing excessive pride in oneself.

Example: He was boastful about his achievements.

32. Boisterous

Meaning: Noisy, energetic, and cheerful.

Example: The boisterous crowd cheered for their team.

33. Bold

Meaning: Showing the ability to take risks; confident.

Example: Her bold move won her the game.

34. Bountiful

Meaning: Plentiful or abundant.

Example: The harvest was bountiful this year.

35. Brave

Meaning: Showing courage.

Example: The brave firefighter saved the child from the burning building.

36. Brazen

Meaning: Bold and without shame.

Example: He made a brazen attempt to cheat in front of the teacher.

37. Breezy

Meaning: Relatively windy; carefree and casual.

Example: It was a breezy day at the beach.

38. Brief

Meaning: Lasting only a short time.

Example: He made a brief visit to the town.

39. Bright

Meaning: Emitting or reflecting light; intelligent.

Example: She’s a bright student with a promising future.

40. Brilliant

Meaning: Exceptionally clever or talented; shining brightly.

Example: The diamonds were brilliant under the light.

41. Brittle

Meaning: Hard but liable to break easily.

Example: The old book’s pages were brittle with age.

42. Broad

Meaning: Having a great extent from side to side.

Example: The river was quite broad at this point.

43. Broken

Meaning: Having been fractured or damaged.

Example: The vase was broken into many pieces.

44. Brusque

Meaning: Abrupt in manner or speech.

Example: Her brusque reply caught him off-guard.

45. Brutal

Meaning: Savagely violent; direct and lacking any attempt to disguise unpleasantness.

Example: The movie depicted brutal combat scenes.

46. Bubbly

Meaning: Full of cheerful high spirits; effervescent.

Example: She had a bubbly personality that everyone loved.

47. Bulky

Meaning: Taking up much space; large in volume.

Example: The package was too bulky to carry on the bus.

48. Bumbling

Meaning: Acting in a confused or ineffectual way; clumsy.

Example: The bumbling detective always missed the obvious clues.

49. Buoyant

Meaning: Able to float; cheerful and optimistic.

Example: His buoyant spirit kept the team motivated.

50. Burdensome

Meaning: Causing difficulty or discomfort.

Example: The large backpack was burdensome on the long hike.

51. Burly

Meaning: Large and strong; heavily built.

Example: The burly man easily lifted the heavy boxes.

52. Bustling

Meaning: Busy with activity.

Example: The market was bustling with shoppers.

53. Buttery

Meaning: Resembling, containing, or spread with butter.

Example: The freshly baked bread had a soft, buttery texture.

54. Buoyed

Meaning: Supported or kept afloat.

Example: He was buoyed by the good news.

55. Bygone

Meaning: Belonging to an earlier time; past.

Example: In bygone days, communication took weeks or even months.

56. Byzantine

Meaning: Excessively complex and intricate.

Example: The plot of the novel was so byzantine that it was hard to follow.

57. Babbling

Meaning: Talking rapidly and continuously in a foolish or excited way.

Example: The excited toddler was babbling about his day at the park.

58. Balanced

Meaning: Keeping or showing a balance; in good proportions.

Example: A balanced diet is crucial for good health.

59. Barbaric

Meaning: Savagely cruel; exceedingly brutal.

Example: The barbaric practices of ancient civilizations can be shocking.

60. Bare

Meaning: Without covering or clothing; simple and unadorned.

Example: The bare walls needed some decoration.

61. Baroque

Meaning: Relating to a style of European architecture, music, and art in the 17th and 18th centuries.

Example: The cathedral is a fine example of baroque architecture.

62. Bashful

Meaning: Reluctant to draw attention to oneself; shy.

Example: She gave a bashful smile when complimented.

63. Bawdy

Meaning: Dealing with sexual matters in a comical way.

Example: The comedian’s bawdy jokes made some people uncomfortable.

64. Beauteous

Meaning: Beautiful, especially to the sight.

Example: The beauteous painting captured everyone’s attention.

65. Becoming

Meaning: Flattering a person’s appearance.

Example: The dress was very becoming on her.

66. Bedraggled

Meaning: Dirty and disheveled.

Example: After the rainstorm, the travelers looked bedraggled.

67. Befuddled

Meaning: Make someone unable to think clearly.

Example: The complex math problem left him befuddled.

68. Beguiling

Meaning: Charming or enchanting, often in a deceptive way.

Example: The salesman had a beguiling manner.

69. Belated

Meaning: Coming or happening later than should have been the case.

Example: He sent a belated birthday card.

70. Beleaguered

Meaning: Put in a very difficult situation.

Example: The beleaguered team struggled to finish the project on time.

71. Beloved

Meaning: Loved very much; dearly loved.

Example: The beloved family dog was missed by everyone.

72. Bemused

Meaning: Puzzled, confused, or bewildered.

Example: His unexpected gift left her bemused.

73. Benighted

Meaning: In a state of pitiful or contemptible intellectual or moral ignorance.

Example: He considered them benighted for not sharing his views.

74. Bestial

Meaning: Savagely cruel and wicked.

Example: The villain in the movie had a bestial nature.

75. Bewildered

Meaning: Causing someone to be perplexed and confused.

Example: He was bewildered by her sudden change of heart.

76. Bewitching

Meaning: Enchanting or delightful.

Example: Her bewitching voice captivated the audience.

77. Bitter

Meaning: Showing deep-seated resentment or anger.

Example: He felt bitter about his early retirement.

78. Bittersweet

Meaning: Both pleasant and painful or regretful.

Example: The farewell was a bittersweet moment for everyone.

79. Blithe

Meaning: Showing a casual and cheerful indifference.

Example: She had a blithe disregard for the rules.

80. Blooming

Meaning: Flourishing or thriving healthily.

Example: The garden was blooming with colorful flowers.

81. Bodacious

Meaning: Excellent, admirable, or attractive.

Example: Her bodacious performance won her the award.

82. Bogus

Meaning: Not genuine or true; fake.

Example: The jewelry turned out to be bogus and not real gold.

83. Boorish

Meaning: Rude and insensitive in manner or behavior.

Example: His boorish comments offended many people.

84. Boundless

Meaning: Unlimited or immense.

Example: Her boundless energy amazed everyone.

85. Bovine

Meaning: Relating to or affecting cattle.

Example: The disease was found to be bovine in origin.

86. Boxed

Meaning: Enclosed or confined in a space or system.

Example: He felt boxed in by the strict rules.

87. Boyish

Meaning: Characteristic of a young boy; youthful.

Example: He had a boyish charm that was infectious.

88. Brackish

Meaning: Slightly salty, as in the mixture of river water and seawater.

Example: The brackish water wasn’t suitable for drinking.

89. Bragging

Meaning: Excessively proud and boastful talk about one’s achievements.

Example: He kept bragging about his new car.

90. Brainy

Meaning: Intelligent; clever.

Example: The brainy student always had an answer to the teacher’s questions.

91. Brand-new

Meaning: Absolutely new; recently created or introduced.

Example: She bought a brand-new dress for the party.

92. Brash

Meaning: Self-assertive in a rude way; bold.

Example: His brash attitude often got him into trouble.

93. Breathless

Meaning: Out of breath; having difficulty catching one’s breath.

Example: After the race, she was breathless and exhausted.

94. Breathtaking

Meaning: Astonishing or awe-inspiring.

Example: The view from the mountaintop was breathtaking.

95. Brevity

Meaning: Shortness of time or duration.

Example: He was known for the brevity of his speeches.

96. Bridled

Meaning: Show resentment or anger.

Example: She bridled at the insinuation that she was lying.

97. Brisk

Meaning: Active, fast, and energetic.

Example: He set a brisk pace during the morning run.

98. Brittle

Meaning: Hard but likely to break or shatter easily.

Example: The dry cookie was very brittle.

99. Broody

Meaning: Thoughtful or moody; wanting to have a baby.

Example: The hen became broody and started nesting.

100. Bucolic

Meaning: Relating to the countryside or rural life.

Example: The painting depicted a bucolic landscape with grazing sheep.

Adjectives that start with B to Describe a Person

Some most common adjectives which are used to describe a person positively and negatively are listed below.

  • Babbling
  • Baby
  • Background
  • Backhanded
  • Bacterial
  • Bad
  • Bad-tempered
  • Baffled
  • Baffling
  • Bald
  • Balding
  • Balmy
  • Bandaged
  • Banging
  • Bankable
  • Banned
  • Bantering
  • Barbaric
  • Barbarous
  • Barbequed
  • Barefooted
  • Barking
  • Barren
  • Bashful
  • Basic
  • Battered
  • Batty
  • Bawling
  • Beady
  • Beaming
  • Bearable
  • Beautiful
  • Beckoning
  • Bedazzled
  • Bedazzling
  • Beefy
  • Beeping
  • Befitting
  • Befuddled
  • Beginning
  • Belching
  • Believable
  • Bellicose
  • Belligerent
  • Bellowing
  • Bendable
  • Beneficial
  • Benevolent
  • Benign
  • Bent
  • Berserk
  • Best
  • Betrayed
  • Better
  • Betteroff
  • Better-late-than-never
  • Bewildered
  • Bewildering
  • Bewitched
  • Bewitching

Positive Adjectives that Start with B

What are positive adjectives starting with B? Some common and important positive adjectives  starting with B that are commonly used in English are:

  • Biased
  • Biblical
  • Big
  • Big-city
  • Bigger
  • Biggest
  • Big-headed
  • Bighearted
  • Bigoted
  • Bilingual
  • Billable
  • Billowy
  • Binary
  • Binding
  • Bioactive
  • Biodegradable
  • Biographical
  • Bite-sized
  • Biting
  • Bitter
  • Bizarre
  • Black
  • Black-and-blue
  • Blamable
  • Blameless
  • Bland
  • Blank
  • Blaring
  • Blasphemous
  • Blatant
  • Blazing
  • Bleached
  • Bleak
  • Bleary
  • Bleary-eyed
  • Blessed
  • Blind
  • Blindfolded
  • Blinding
  • Blissful
  • Blistering
  • Bloated
  • Blonde
  • Bloodied
  • Blood-red
  • Bloodthirsty
  • Bloody
  • Blooming
  • Blossoming
  • Blue
  • Blundering
  • Blunt
  • Blurred
  • Blurry
  • Blushing
  • Boastful
  • Bodacious
  • Bohemian
  • Boiling
  • Boisterous

Negative Adjectives that Start with B

What are negative adjectives starting with B?  Some common and important negative adjectives  starting with B that are commonly used in English are:

  • Bold
  • Bookish
  • Booming
  • Boorish
  • Bordering
  • Bored
  • Boring
  • Born
  • Bossy
  • Both
  • Bothered
  • Bouncing
  • Bouncy
  • Boundless
  • Bountiful
  • Boyish
  • Braided
  • Brainless
  • Brainy
  • Brash
  • Brassy
  • Brave
  • Brawny
  • Brazen
  • Breakable
  • Breathable
  • Breathless
  • Breathtaking
  • Breezy
  • Bribable
  • Brick
  • Brief
  • Bright
  • Bright-eyed
  • Bright-red
  • Brilliant
  • Briny
  • Brisk
  • Bristly
  • Broad
  • Broken
  • Broken-hearted
  • Bronchial
  • Bronze
  • Bronzed
  • Brooding
  • Brown
  • Bruised
  • Brunette
  • Brutal
  • Brutish
  • Bubbly
  • Budget
  • Built-in
  • Bulky
  • Bumpy
  • Bungling
  • Buoyant
  • Bureaucratic
  • Burly
  • Burnable
  • Burning
  • Bushy
  • Busiest
  • Business
  • Bustling
  • Busy
  • Buzzing

adjectives that start with b to describe a person positively

adjectives that start with b to describe a person

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Last updated on November 2nd, 2023 at 05:42 am