Adjectives Beginning with E

Adjectives Starting "E"

Here is a list of 200 adjectives that start with the letter E. You can use this list to help you find the exact word you're looking for in terms of its meaning or its length.

Table of Contents

  • Positive Adjectives Beginning with "E"
  • Negative Adjectives Beginning with "E"
  • The Full List (Sortable, Audible, Editable, and Printable)
  • Why Do I Need This List?
  • Learn with Hangman!

Positive Adjectives Beginning with "E"

  • Energetic: Full of vitality and enthusiasm.
    Example: Mark is always energetic and ready to tackle any task that comes his way.
  • Empathetic: Understanding and sharing the feelings of others.
    Example: Sarah showed her empathetic nature by comforting her friend during a difficult time.
  • Enthusiastic: Filled with excitement and passion.
    Example: The team members were enthusiastic about the new project and eagerly shared their ideas.
  • Expressive: Capable of conveying emotions or thoughts effectively.
    Example: Anna's expressive eyes reveal her true feelings without her having to say a word.
  • Exuberant: Extremely lively, joyful, and high-spirited.
    Example: The children were exuberant with laughter and excitement during the birthday party.
  • Easygoing: Relaxed and laid-back in nature.
    Example: Alex is an easygoing person who doesn't let small things bother him.
  • Efficient: Capable of producing desired results with minimal wasted effort.
    Example: Emily's efficient work style enabled her to complete the project ahead of schedule.
  • Empowered: Feeling confident and capable of achieving goals.
    Example: After receiving the promotion, Jessica felt empowered to take on new challenges in her career.
  • Enigmatic: Mysterious and intriguing, often difficult to understand.
    Example: The enigmatic artist's paintings always leave viewers pondering their deeper meanings.
  • Excellent: Exceptionally good or outstanding.
    Example: Mark received an excellent performance review for his consistent hard work and dedication.
  • Eloquent: Articulate and persuasive in speech or writing.
    Example: The politician delivered an eloquent speech that inspired the audience.
  • Enlightened: Having deep knowledge or understanding.
    Example: Janet's enlightened perspective on social issues contributes to meaningful discussions.
  • Endearing: Inspiring affection or fondness in others.
    Example: The puppy's playful nature and wagging tail were endearing to everyone who met him.
  • Exemplary: Setting a great example or serving as a model for others.
    Example: The teacher's exemplary behavior inspired her students to strive for their best.
  • Educated: Well-informed and knowledgeable through study or experience.
    Example: John's extensive reading made him an educated individual with a broad range of interests.

Negative Adjectives Beginning with "E"

  • Egotistical: Excessively self-centered and focused on one's own importance.
    Example: Ashley's egotistical behavior made it difficult for others to collaborate with him.
  • Envious: Feeling resentment or jealousy towards others' achievements or possessions.
    Example: Janet's envious attitude towards her colleague's promotion created tension in the workplace.
  • Entitled: Having a sense of deserving special treatment or privileges without justification.
    Example: Emily had an entitled mindset, constantly expecting others to cater to her needs.
  • Excessive: Going beyond what is considered reasonable or appropriate.
    Example: Jonathan's excessive demands and expectations put a strain on the team's resources.
  • Exploitative: Taking advantage of others' vulnerabilities or resources for personal gain.
    Example: Ashley's exploitative business practices harmed small suppliers and workers.
  • Evasive: Avoiding giving direct or straightforward answers or responses.
    Example: Janet's evasive replies to important questions raised suspicions about her honesty.
  • Erratic: Unpredictable, inconsistent, and lacking a fixed pattern or plan.
    Example: Emily's erratic behavior made it challenging to rely on her in crucial situations.
  • Extravagant: Excessively wasteful or spending beyond one's means.
    Example: Jonathan's extravagant lifestyle left him in significant financial debt.

The Full List (Sortable, Audible, Editable, and Printable)

This list of 200 adjectives is sortable, audible, editable, and printable. It can be displayed as normal text or in columns (up to 4). You can even turn the list into American English or British English.
eager, early, earnest, ear-piercing, ear-splitting, earth-shattering, earthy, east, eastern, easy, easy-going, eatable, ebullient, eccentric, echoing, ecological, economic, economical, economy, ecstatic, edgy, edible, editable, educated, educational, eerie, effective, effervescent, efficacious, efficient, effortless, effusive, egalitarian, egocentric, ego-maniacal, egotistical, egregious, eighth, elaborate, elastic, elated, elderly, electric, electrical, electrifying, electronic, elegant, elementary, elevated, elfish, eligible, elite, eloquent, elusive, emaciated, embarrassed, embarrassing, embattled, embittered, emblematic, emboldened, embroiled, emergency, eminent, emotional, emotionless, empirical, empty, enamored/enamoured, enchanted, enchanting, encouraged, encouraging, encrusted, endangered, endearing, endemic, endless, endurable, enduring, energetic, energizing, enforceable, engaging, engrossing, enhanced, enigmatic, enjoyable, enlarged, enlightened, enormous, enraged, ensuing, enterprising, entertaining, enthralling, enthused, enthusiastic, enticing, entire, entrancing, entrepreneurial, enumerable, enviable, envious, environmental, episodic, equable, equal, equanimous, equidistant, equitable, equivalent, erect, eroding, errant, erratic, erroneous, eruptive, escalating, esoteric, essential, established, estimated, estranged, eternal, ethereal, ethical, ethnic, euphemistic, euphoric, evasive, even, even-handed, even-tempered, eventful, eventual, everlasting, evil, evocative, exact, exacting, exaggerated, exalted, exasperated, exasperating, excellent, exceptional, excessive, excitable, excited, exciting, exclusive, excruciating, excusable, executable, exemplary, exhausted, exhausting, exhaustive, exhilarated, exhilarating, existing, exotic, expandable, expanded, expanding, expansive, expectant, expected, expedient, expeditious, expendable, expensive, experimental, expert, expired, expiring, explainable, explicit, exploding, exploitative, exploited, explosive, exponential, exposed, express, expressionless, expressive, exquisite, extemporaneous, extendable, extended, extensive, exterior, external, extra, extra-large, extraneous, extraordinary, extra-small, extravagant, extreme, exuberant, eye-popping

Why Do I Need This List?

A list of adjectives that start with the same letter is useful for creating alliteration, which is a stylistic technique in which nearby words repeat the same initial consonant sound.
  • David was an embittered and excruciating but highly entrepreneurial egotist.

Learn with Hangman!

Hangman is a classic word game. In this version, the hidden word is always an adjective from this list. Choose your first letter to start. (I'd go for "e" if I were you.)
  • Guess the hidden adjective by choosing one letter at a time.
  • If you guess a letter in the hidden adjective, then all is good.
  • If you guess a letter that is not in the hidden adjective, then the hangman starts to build the gallows.
  • If the gallows are completed, you lose.
  • Good luck!
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This page was written by Craig Shrives.