Learn about the best words to describe the ENTP personality type
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How do other people see and describe ENTPs?
The wordcloud below shows the top 100 words used to describe ENTPs. Bigger words describe the more prominent aspects of ENTPs.
Others may describe ENTPs’ assertive and direct interpersonal style as intense, boisterous, forceful, and dominant. Combined with ENTPs’ low agreeableness, they can come off as immodest, abrupt, gruff, combative, and insensitive.
At the same time, ENTPs’ general lack of concern with others’ opinions can be a powerful asset, leading others to see them as courageous, uninhibited, opinionated, confident, strong, and daring. Their emotional stability and relative calm under pressure can appear weariless, indefatigable, and unemotional.
These words describe the ENTP personality types as a group, but every individual ENTP is slightly different. To see your own personalized set of words, try the free personality test here at TraitLab.
20 adjectives for describing the ENTP personality type
Below are the definitions (credit: wiktionary.org) of 20 adjectives that are usually good descriptions of the ENTP personality type.
opinionated: Having very strong opinions; holding to one’s own opinion obstinately
domineering: Overbearing, dictatorial or authoritarian
eccentric: Deviating from the norm; behaving unexpectedly or differently; unconventional and slightly strange
assured: Self-confident; self-assured; sure
courageous: Bold, brave, displaying or possessing courage
intense: Very emotional or passionate
spontaneous: Arising from a momentary impulse; proceeding from natural feeling or native tendency without external or conscious constraint; self-active
aggressive: Prone to behave in a way that involves attacking or arguing
outspoken: Speaking freely, openly, or boldly; vocal; frank
indefatigable: Extremely persistent and untiring
independent: Not subject to bias or influence; self-directing
forceful: Capable of either physical or coercive force; powerful
eloquent: Effective in expressing meaning by speech
weariless: Tireless; incapable of being wearied
opportunistic: Prone to take advantage of situations to advance one’s own interests
inventive: Capable of designing new mechanisms or processes; creative or skillful at inventing
expressive: Effectively conveying thought or feeling
uninhibited: Not inhibited; having no inhibitions; fearless
exhibitionist: Prone to draw attention to oneself by their behaviour
flamboyant: Showy, bold, or audacious in behavior or appearance