oK so most of my fav words are adjectives because they make all the difference. honestly, nouns would be virtually nothing if adjectives didn’t exist, and all stories would sound the same, with not even a minuscule sliver of diversity.
thunderous, breathtaking, peculiar, meticulous, loquacious, vigorous, reluctant, eccentric, tolerable, savage, ruefully, alluring, ruthless, absurd, gruesome, enthralling, eerie, numinous, fraudulent, vague, charming, fascinating, silvery, minuscule, blank, intriguing, lascivious, pathetic, childish, prodigious, abnormal, detrimental, forbidding, ominous, enticing, malice, frantic, flushed, treacherous, subtle, mythological, questioning, burly, scarce, quivering, uneven, shaggy, glowering, crimson, petty, lavender, strange, inscrutable, hellish, deliberately, muffled, inevitable, significant, unbearable, destructive, conflicting, vast, stoic, dysfunctional, rapid, swift, mutilated, eminent, rambunctious, boisterous, brutal, bestial, bizarre, unnerving, exquisite, vivid, severe, cavernous, foolish, mountainous, colossal, remarkable
rueful, nostalgia, sentiment, jovial, cheerful, wanderlust, sympathetic, infatuated, agony, indignant, alarm, charmed, euphoria, earnest, fascinated, quarrelsome, loathing, pensive, spellbound, ecstatic, jubilant, elated, intrigued, lovestruck, paralyzed, distressed, resentful, infuriated, timid, doubtful, shocked, panicked, offended, sorrow, envy, curious, optimistic
this isnt even close to a fourth of my favorite words, so you can also check out these pages here: one / two / three / four / five