70 Interesting Adjectives That Start with K with Useful Examples

Adjectives That Start with K! Here is a list of 70 common adjectives starting with letter K. While this list is helpful for a strong beginning, more advanced vocabulary building will help you quickly improve your English.

An adjective is a word that describes a noun. Nouns are words that name a place, a person, a thing, or an idea. An adjective is a word that gives more information about the noun that goes with it.

Adjectives That Start With K

List of Adjectives Starting with K

  1. Keyless
  2. Keeled
  3. Kept
  4. Keynesian
  5. Keen
  6. Key
  7. Kempt
  8. Keyed
  9. Killable
  10. Kind
  11. Kindred
  12. Kingly
  13. Kittenish
  14. Kindhearted
  15. Kinesthetic
  16. Kinky
  17. Kin
  18. Kindled
  19. Kinetic
  20. Kiplingesque
  21. Kinaesthetic
  22. Kindly
  23. Kinglike
  24. Kitschy
  25. Knackered
  26. Knitted
  27. Knockabout
  28. Knotty
  29. Known
  30. Knavish
  31. Knobbed
  32. Knockdown
  33. Knowable
  34. Knifelike
  35. Knobbly
  36. Knockout
  37. Knowing
  38. Knightly
  39. Knobby
  40. Knotted
  41. Knowledgeable
  42. Kokka
  43. Korean
  44. Kookie
  45. Kosher
  46. Kooky
  47. Kyphotic
  48. King-size
  49. Kissable
  50. Klutzy
  51. Kick-ass
  52. Kiddyish
  53. Killer
  54. Kissy
  55. Kampuchean
  56. Kabbalistic
  57. Kashmiri
  58. Kantian
  59. Katabatic
  60. Kayoed
  61. Kaput
  62. Katabolic
  63. Katari
  64. Kechuan
  65. Koranic
  66. Kenyan
  67. Kurdish
  68. Kyrgyzstani
  69. Kuwaiti
  70. Kentuckian

Adjectives List with Examples

Here is the list of adjectives with several useful examples in English:

Keyless

  • The structure and working principle of a keyless connection bush is introduced.

Keeled

  • The structure had keeled over in the high winds.

Kept

  • The women are kept separate from the men.

Keynesian

  • The result was a triumph for Keynesian economics: a vigorous and expanding universe, filled with material objects.

Keen

  • He always funked when competition grew too keen.

Key

  • key task is to get pupils to perceive for themselves the relationship between success and effort.

Kempt

  • The girls are kempt.

Keyed

  • The farm was keyed to the needs of the local people.

Kind

  • I’m not the kind of person who would do that.

Kindred

  • He found kindred spirits in the peace movement.

Kingly

  • The sceptre is an attribute of kingly power.

Kittenish

  •  I think at that time, everybody is kittenish to the leader, dare not forward crosscurrent.

Kindhearted

  • She was a jolly, kindhearted woman.

Kinesthetic

  • I, for one, am a visual and kinesthetic processor.

Kinky

  • She had black kinky hair that she experimented with a lot.

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Adjectives That Start with K

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1 year ago
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1 year ago
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kaitlyn
1 year ago
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1 year ago

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3 months ago
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ken kesey
1 year ago
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3 months ago
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dorian
1 year ago

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1 year ago

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FelixFamilia
FelixFamilia
5 months ago

The use of the word keeled is wrong. You used it as a verb, this is a page for adjectives. The boat was keeled would be proper. This means that the craft has a structure on the bottom that keeps it from rocking. They are quite useful in canoes.