Debate adjectives are listed in this post. Each word below can often be found in front of the noun debate in the same sentence. This reference page can help answer the question what are some adjectives commonly used for describing DEBATE.
academic, acrid, acrimonious, active, actual, american, ancient, angry, animated, anxious, big, bitter, brief, broad, broader, celebrated, central, century, civil, classic, close, complex, conceptual, congressional, considerable, constant, constitutional, constructive, contemporary, contentious, contested, continual, continued, continuing, continuous, controversial, critical, crucial, cultural, current, day, deep, democratic, desultory, divisive
doctrinal, domestic, dull, earlier, early, earnest, economic, educational, elaborate, emotional, endless, entire, environmental, ethical, european, excited, exciting, extended, extensive, fair, famous, fascinating, feminist, fierce, fiery, final, first, forensic, formal, former, free, freeport, friendly, fruitless, full, fundamental, furious, further, future, general, genuine, german, global, good, grand
grave, great, greater, greatest, hayne, healthy, heated, high, historians, historic, historical, historiographical, honest, hot, hour, huge, ideological, impassioned, important, informal, informed, initial, inner, intellectual, intelligent, intense, intensive, intercollegiate, interesting, interminable, internal, international, inward, irish, joint, keen, key, large, larger, last, late, later, learned, legal, legislative
legitimate, lengthy, less, limited, literary, little, lively, local, long, longer, longstanding, loud, main, major, meaningful, memorable, mental, mere, metaphysical, methodological, minute, mock, modern, momentous, moral, more, most, much, national, nationwide, new, next, noisy, normative, nuclear, nurture, old, ongoing, online, only, open, oral, original, other, parliamentary
particular, partisan, passionate, perennial, personal, philosophical, polarized, political, popular, present, presidential, previous, primary, private, productive, professional, prolonged, protracted, psychotherapy, public, raging, rancorous, ranging, rational, real, reasonable, recent, regular, related, religious, remarkable, rich, rigorous, robust, running, same, scholarly, scholars, scientific, second, senate, senatorial, serious, sharp, short
sided, significant, similar, small, social, solemn, spirited, standing, sterile, stern, still, stimulating, stormy, strategic, strong, subsequent, substantial, substantive, such, technical, tedious, televised, theological, theoretical, third, thorough, tumultuous, unlimited, unnecessary, unresolved, useless, vehement, very, vibrant, vigorous, violent, vociferous, warm, whole, wide, wider, widespread, year
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