- 1 How do you describe a derelict building?
- 2 How would you describe an old building?
- 3 How would you describe an abandoned city?
- 4 How would you describe a deserted place?
- 5 How would you describe a creepy abandoned house?
- 6 How do you describe an old house in a story?
- 7 How do you describe a build?
- 8 What are some descriptive words?
- 9 What is a word for an old building?
- 10 How do you describe a dilapidated house?
- 11 How do you describe a city?
- 12 How do you describe a place in detail?
- 13 What words describe the desert?
- 14 How would you describe a quiet town?
- 15 What do you call a deserted place?
How do you describe a derelict building?
A place or building that is derelict is empty and in a bad state of repair because it has not been used or lived in for a long time.
How would you describe an old building?
Here are some adjectives for old buildings: mostly frequent, dark and hulking, conventual and other, down beautiful, quaint and queer, quaint and picturesque, particularly beautiful, quaint and interesting, somewhat dilapidated, weatherbeaten, tumbledown, quaint, conventual, crummy, highly interesting, picturesque,
How would you describe an abandoned city?
A ghost town or alternatively deserted city or abandoned city is an abandoned village, town, or city, usually one that contains substantial visible remaining buildings and infrastructure such as roads.
How would you describe a deserted place?
How would you describe a creepy abandoned house?
Dust, cobwebs, sheets on furniture, broken tables, chairs, windows, lamps, peeling wallpaper, gaps in the floorboards, holes in the walls, flickering lights (if there’s electricity) chandelier with broken strings of crystals, broken glass on the floor, spiders, cockroaches, rust, mildew, ripped curtains, shadows,
How do you describe an old house in a story?
Here are some adjectives for old houses: delightfully dingy, sober and splendid, shadowy and vast, quaint and irregular, closely shuttered, staid and substantial, narrow and several, enough queer, still quaint, low and comfortable, large and picturesque, fine and picturesque, fine and curious, generously proportioned,
How do you describe a build?
Some common adjectives that you may use to describe the build of a person may include the following:
- Medium build.
What are some descriptive words?
These are some other descriptive words you might find fun:
What is a word for an old building?
Noun. Antique building. ancient building. antique building.
How do you describe a dilapidated house?
DILAPIDATED, tumbledown, ramshackle, derelict, ruinous, falling to pieces, decrepit, gone to rack and ruin, in ruins, broken-down, crumbling, decaying, disintegrating; NEGLECTED, uncared-for, unmaintained, depressed, down at heel, seedy, shabby, dingy, slummy, insalubrious, squalid; informal shambly, crummy; Brit.
How do you describe a city?
A list of useful words for describing cities, towns and countries.
- ancient – a place that has a long history.
- beautiful – very pleasing on the eye.
- boring – dull and not very interesting.
- bustling – a crowded, busy place.
- charming – nice, very pleasing.
- contemporary – modern, very up to date.
How do you describe a place in detail?
Try these 6 tips:
- Describe place through characters’ senses.
- Include time period in description.
- Include small-scale changes in time.
- Show how characters feel about your setting.
- Keep setting description relevant to the story.
- Make a list of adjectives to describe your story locations.
What words describe the desert?
Here are some adjectives for desert: dry, extreme, mostly flat and barren, uninhabited, sandy, mostly arid, incredibly dry, salty blue, bleak, unsmiling, treeless, hideous, fearful, dismal, wild and sandy, arid and repulsive, black sweltering, beautiful chromatic, high-pressure upland, bare and greenish, grandiose and
How would you describe a quiet town?
- 1 dumb, hushed, inaudible, low, low-pitched, noiseless, peaceful, silent, soft, soundless.
- 2 calm, contented, gentle, mild, motionless, pacific, peaceful, placid, restful, serene, smooth, tranquil, untroubled.
- 3 isolated, private, retired, secluded, secret, sequestered, undisturbed, unfrequented.
What do you call a deserted place?
desolate Add to list Share. If you feel alone, left out, and devastated, you feel desolate. A deserted, empty, depressing place can be desolate too. Being in a desolate place usually makes people feel desolate.