Adjectives for weight

Weight adjectives are listed in this post. Each word below can often be found in front of the noun weight in the same sentence. This reference page can help answer the question what are some adjectives commonly used for describing WEIGHT.

abnormal, above, absolute, acceptable, accurate, actual, added, additional, adequate, adult, aggregate, apparent, appreciable, appropriate, approximate, associated, atomic, authoritative, average, avoirdupois, awful, balanced, based, bear, behavioral, best, better, big, birth, body, breaking, calculated, central, certain, chief, clear, cold, collective, colossal, combined, comforting, commercial, common, comparative, consequent, considerable, constant, controlling, correct, corresponding, critical, cruel, cultural, cumbrous, cumulative, current, daily, dark, dead, deadening, deadly, decisive, definite, demographic, desirable

desired, different, diminished, direct, disproportionate, double, dramatic, dreadful, dry, due, dull, e, early, easy, economic, effective, emotional, empty, english, enormous, enough, entire, equal, equivalent, especial, estimated, eternal, even, evidentiary, exact, exceptional, excess, excessive, expected, extra, extraordinary, extreme, fair, false, familiar, fat, fearful, fetal, final, financial, first, fixed, following, font, former, free, fresh, full, fullest, further, galling, general, gentle, gieat, give, good, gradual, great, greater, greatest

grievous, gross, hard, healthier, healthy, heavier, heaviest, heavy, high, higher, highest, historical, honest, horrible, huge, human, ideal, ideological, immediate, immense, important, inconsiderable, increased, increasing, incredible, incumbent, individual, induced, infinite, initial, insufficient, insupportable, intellectual, intolerable, intrinsic, invisible, irresistible, just, known, large, larger, largest, last, lasting, latter, lb, lead, leaden, least, legal, legitimate, less, lesser, lifeless, light, lighter, lightest, like, limited, limp, little, live, lose, lost, low

lower, lowest, main, major, many, marked, massive, maternal, maximum, mean, measured, median, medium, mere, middle, mighty, minimal, minimum, moderate, modest, molecular, monstrous, moral, more, most, movable, much, natural, necessary, negative, negligible, net, new, nominal, normal, normative, numerical, official, old, only, oppressive, optimal, optimum, ordinary, original, other, ounce, overall, overpowering, overwhelming, own, painful, partial, particular, patient, peculiar, perfect, permanent, personal, physical, political, ponderous, poor, popular, positive

possible, potential, pound, powerful, practical, precious, precise, preponderating, prepregnancy, prescribed, present, pressing, previous, principal, prodigious, progressive, proper, proportional, proportionate, quick, rapid, real, reasonable, reassuring, recent, recommended, reduced, regular, related, relative, required, respective, resultant, resulting, right, sad, same, scientific, second, sensible, serious, severe, sheer, short, significant, similar, simple, single, singular, slight, slightest, slow, small, smaller, smallest, social, soft, solemn, solid, special, specific, spiritual, stable, standard, starting

statistical, steady, strange, strong, structural, subsequent, substantial, successful, such, sudden, sufficient, suffocating, suitable, superfluous, superincumbent, superior, suspended, sustained, symbolic, term, terrible, thankful, theological, theoretical, ton, top, total, tremendous, trifling, troy, true, typical, unaccustomed, unbearable, undue, unequal, unexpected, unexplained, unfamiliar, unhealthy, uniform, unintentional, united, unnecessary, unusual, unwanted, unwieldy, unwonted, useless, usual, utmost, variable, various, vast, very, visual, warm, weary, weekly, weight, wet, whole, worsted

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