Vocabulary – Body Appearances – Free English lessons
There are times when we just end up saying she’s beautiful or he’s handsome when we come across a good looking woman or man. In this lesson you’re going to expand your vocabulary with words to describe a person’s body appearance.
Certain positive words that you can use to talk about someone’s overall body appearance are as follows:
Gorgeous – someone who is very pretty
Lovely – Beautiful woman
Head turner –It implies that when a woman or man walks down the street, people turn their heads to focus their attention on her/him.
Stunning- means extremely beautiful, like a woman who is so beautiful that she attracts a lot of attention!
Charming - someone who is very pleasing and appealing
Attractive – someone who is very pretty
Hot – Slang for a good looking woman or man
There are times we do come across some fat and thin people, so let’s learn the right words that can be used for such people.
Vocabulary for Fat people
Flabby - typically used for fat around arms, stomach, thighs, and butt.
Chubby – Describing fat kids
Husky /Heavyset – Describing fat men
Plump /Curvy – Describing fat women however curvy is more positive connotation
Obese – For extremely fat people
Vocabulary for thin people
Lean – thin and muscular
Wiry – thin and muscular
Petite- Short and thin
Lanky- Tall and thin
Skinny – very thin mostly used in a negative manner
Slender – thin
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