Learn about the best words to describe the ENFP personality type
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How do other people see and describe ENFPs?
The wordcloud below shows the top 100 words used to describe ENFPs. Bigger words describe the more prominent aspects of ENFPs.
ENFPs are usually extraverted and highly agreeable, leading others to describe them as enthusiastic, sociable, friendly, playful and jovial. ENFPs also tend to be highly expressive in their words and body language, seen sometimes as spirited and dramatic all the way to exhibitionist and theatrical.
ENFPs’ social enthusiasm might overshadow their high openness to experience and intellectual curiosity, but those who know ENFPs well may regard them as imaginative, artistic, adventurous, and inventive.
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20 adjectives for describing the ENFP personality type
Below are the definitions (credit: wiktionary.org) of 20 adjectives that are usually good descriptions of the ENFP personality type.
independent: Not subject to bias or influence; self-directing
dramatic: Striking in appearance or effect; powerful and expressive
worldly: Sophisticated by way of experience; versed in the ways of the world
eloquent: Fluently persuasive and articulate; effective in expressing meaning by speech
witty: Clever; amusingly ingenious; quick of mind; insightful
expressive: Effectively conveying thought or feeling
spontaneous: Arising from a momentary impulse; proceeding from natural feeling or native tendency without external or conscious constraint; self-active
intense: Very emotional or passionate
happy-go-lucky: Carefree or untroubled
enthusiastic: With zealous fervor; excited, motivated
theatrical: Exaggerated and dramatic
adventurous: Inclined to adventure; willing to take risks; prone to embark on hazardous enterprises; daring
spirited: Lively, vigorous, animated or courageous
inquisitive: Eager to acquire knowledge; curious; interested
vibrant: Pulsing with energy or activity
imaginative: Having a lively or creative imagination
cheerful: Noticeably happy and optimistic
diplomatic: Exhibiting diplomacy; exercising tact or courtesy; using discussion to avoid hard feelings, fights or arguments
jovial: Cheerful and good-humoured; jolly, merry
deep: Of penetrating or far-reaching intellect; not superficial; thoroughly skilled; sagacious; cunning