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Words to Talk about personality Types

What word best describes your personality

Altruist
philanthropist: someone who makes charitable donations intended to increase human wellbeing.

Affectionate
Adjective 1.Readily feeling or showing fondness or tenderness. 2.Expressing fondness.
Synonyms loving - tender fond

Aggressive
Adjective 1.Ready or likely to attack or confront; characterized by or resulting from aggression. 2.Pursuing one's aims and interests forcefully, sometimes unduly so: "an aggressive businessman". Synonyms

offensive - truculent

Ambitious
Adjective 1.Having or showing a strong desire and determination to succeed. 2.(of a plan or piece of work) Intended to satisfy high aspirations and therefore difficult to achieve. Synonyms

aspiring

Anxious
Adjective

1.Experiencing worry, unease, or nervousness, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome. 2.(of a period of time or situation) Causing or characterized by worry or nervousness.
Synonyms

uneasy - worried - solicitous - concerned restless

Artistic
Adjective 1.Having or revealing natural creative skill: "my lack of artistic ability". 2.Of, relating to, or characteristic of art or artistry. Synonyms artistical - art

Bad Tempered
Somebody who Gets angry a lot

Big Headed
Someone with a very high opinion of themselves.
Arrogant, having an exaggerated perception of one's qualities.

Boring
Adjective Not interesting; tedious. Synonyms tedious - tiresome - dull - bothersome humdrum

Bossy

Creative

Dependable
Adjective
Trustworthy and reliable. Synonyms reliable - trustworthy - trusty - sure - certain safe

Charismatic
Adjective Exercising a compelling charm that inspires devotion in others.
Noun An adherent of the charismatic movement.

Courageous
Adjective Not deterred by danger or pain; brave. Synonyms brave - bold - valiant - plucky - gallant - hardy

Devious
Adjective 1.Showing a skillful use of underhanded tactics to achieve goals. 2.(of a route or journey) Longer and less direct than the most straightforward way. Synonyms indirect - tortuous - oblique - roundabout circuitous

Dim

Extrovert
Noun Someone who is very outgoing An outgoing, overtly expressive person. Adjective Of, denoting, or typical of an extrovert. Synonyms

extravert

Egotistical
Egotistic: characteristic of those having an inflated idea of their own importance.

Egoist

a conceited and self-centered person.

Gregarious
Adjective 1.(of a person) Fond of company; sociable. 2.(of animals) Living in flocks or loosely organized communities.
Synonyms sociable - social - companionable

Impulsive
Adjective Acting or done without forethought: "young impulsive teenagers". Synonyms impetuous

Misogamist
a person who hates marriage.

Misogynist
Noun A woman hater. Adjective Reflecting or inspired by a hatred of women.
Synonyms womanhater - woman-hater

Industrious

Adjective Diligent and hard-working. Synonyms diligent - sedulous - assiduous - studious - hardworking

loner
A person who prefers not to associate with others

loquacious
Tending to talk a great deal; talkative

Adjective

Talkative.
Synonyms talkative - garrulous - voluble - chatty - gabby

Narcissist
someone in love with themselves
A person who thinks only of himself or herself. The country's dictator was a terrible narcissist; he didn't care at all for the welfare of his people.

Pretentious
Attempting to impress by affecting greater importance, talent, culture, etc., than is actually possessed.

Prodigy
A person, usually quite young, who is unusually talented or gifted. Jonathan, a true chess prodigy, won his first national competition at age five.

adaptive changing in order to deal with new situations addictive


ADJECTIVE

someone who has an addictive personality bec omes addicted to things very easily babyish
ADJECTIVE

like a baby badass


ADJECTIVE

ready to behave in an unpleasant way when ne cessary born


ADJECTIVE

used for saying that someone had a particular condition, personal quality, name, or social stat us at thetime when they were born classy
ADJECTIVE

someone who is classy has the natural ability t o choose the best thing or behave in a suitable way in everysituation

clingy
ADJECTIVE

wanting to be with another person all the time in a way that is annoying constitutionally
ADVERB

in a way that is related to your general charact er flawed


ADJECTIVE

a flawed person has some faults in their charac ter flexible


ADJECTIVE

able to make changes or deal with a situation t hat is changing great


ADJECTIVE

used about someone who is nice and a pleasur e to be with have


VERB

used for saying what the qualities of someone s character are

say this/that for someone used for admitting that someone who you do n ot approve of has a good quality do/is/can etc someone ever used for emphasizing that someone does some thing or has a particular quality someones bark is worse than their bite used for saying that someone is not as unpleas ant or rude as they seem to be when they talk to you the complete... someone who has all the qualities needed for a particular activity through and through used for saying that someone has all the qualiti es of a particular type of person too clever/nice/generous etc for your own good so clever/nice/generous etc that it is a disadva ntage instead of an advantage to the core used for emphasizing that an aspect of someo nes character is very strong and will not chang e to your fingertips

ADJECTIVE

used about the feelings or qualities that someo ne seems to have but may not really have overweening
ADJECTIVE

used for describing a bad quality that someone has which makes them very unpleasant perfect
ADJECTIVE

used for emphasizing how much someone has of a particular quality personally
ADVERB

used for emphasizing that you do not dislike so meone, just something that they do or the gro up theybelong to predisposed
ADJECTIVE

likely to think, feel, or behave in a particular w ay prone


ADJECTIVE

likely to do something or be affected by somet hing, especially something bad

ADJECTIVE

understanding what your own true thoughts, f eelings, and abilities are self-confessed
ADJECTIVE

admitting to being a particular bad type of pers on or to having a particular negative quality snivelling
ADJECTIVE

often complaining or crying, in a way that is an noying sporty


ADJECTIVE

a sporty person likes playing sport and plays re gularly temperamental


ADJECTIVE

relating to temperament temperate


ADJECTIVE

not extreme in behaviour or language

territorial
ADJECTIVE

territorial animals or people do not like other a nimals or people entering an area that they bel ieve belongsto them thick-skinned
ADJECTIVE

not easily upset or offended by what other peo ple say about you tidy
ADJECTIVE

a tidy person always puts their things away in t he correct place

well-endowed
ADJECTIVE

having a lot of something that people admire o r want, for example money, beauty, or intellige nce flexibly
ADVERB

innately
ADVERB

inscrutability
NOUN

reactivity
NOUN

temperamentally
ADVERB

territorially
ADVERB

a leopard cant change its spots used for saying that someone will never chang e their behaviour or character a man of something a man with a particular quality or ability as a person used for talking about someone in relation to t heir character rather than their professional po