Adjectives to Describe the Night

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Some kick-ass adjectives to describe “night” and “morning” Options
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Monday, April 28, 2014 5:52:39 AM


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Hey everybody

I need kick-ass adjectives to describe
night
and
morning; like “mystery night
I’d be glad to hear your ideas, thanks in advance 😉

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Monday, April 28, 2014 7:52:20 AM
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Well,
mystery
is neither
kick-ass
nor an
adjective.

Do you just intend to provoke with your choice of language or do you seriously want some help here?

If it is the former, I’d suggest you bugger off.

If the latter is true, why don’t you reformulate the question in a form that is more appropriate for a language forum?

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Monday, April 28, 2014 8:04:42 AM
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Ehsan Zabardast! Your posts are always interesting, intelligent, and thought provoking. Forum is proud of you. Keep it up!

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Monday, April 28, 2014 8:18:14 AM
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Blooming night and flaming morning.

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Monday, April 28, 2014 10:15:17 AM


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Ehsan,

I am not very good at being creative and thinking outside the box during brainstorming sessions. But I am good at research.

So look up night, morning, light, darkness, mystery in the TFD to see how some writers expressed their unique wording. Then look up any synonyms. Or use a Thesaurus.

(The lights from the city’s skyline shifted the darkness into a coffee night punctuated by the cream of the moon? See how bad I am! Lol I am just drinking my coffee with cream! :). Need more, obviously.)

The enigmatic night, the perplexity of the night etc. to mean mysterious.

They have Mystery Night parties. Check out there online for any adjectives they use.

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Monday, April 28, 2014 10:34:52 AM


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It might be helpful to know the purpose for these adjectives, because they can range from the sublime to the ridiculous such as:

black velvet/apocalyptic night and

rapturous/nuclear morning.

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Hello, Ehsan Zabardast:

I am 77 years old, but I am NOT offended by “kick-ass.”

I am not sure of what you mean by “kick-ass.”

Are you, by chance, thinking of something like:

Mother: Get up! It’s already 7 a.m.

Son: What? It’s another

freaking

morning already?

P.S. “Freaking” is a word that people use when they do not want to use that very, very, very bad word that starts with “f.”

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Hi Parser,

Kick-ass as you say is slang, and it just means extra good as in ‘to drink kick-ass coffee’. Something has that extra spark. (We sometimes call coffee ‘high test’ as compared to decaff.)

Kick-ass is not a euphemism for another word, in my language, anyhow.

It may have even started from a brand of coffee called ‘Kicking Horse’, although that is conjecture on my part.

It sounds to me as if Ehsan is writing a story?

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Monday, April 28, 2014 12:43:58 PM


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IMcRout wrote:

Well,
mystery
is neither
kick-ass
nor an
adjective.

Do you just intend to provoke with your choice of language or do you seriously want some help here?

If it is the former, I’d suggest you bugger off.

If the latter is true, why don’t you reformulate the question in a form that is more appropriate for a language forum?

IMcRout

I didn’t mean to offend anybody, by “kick-ass” I meant very cool, and after I posted the topic I couldn’t find out how to edit it, and I noticed my mistake about “mysetry night”, I meant “mysterious night”, I was looking for something poetic or romantic

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HasmukhDoshi wrote:

Ehsan Zabardast! Your posts are always interesting, intelligent, and thought provoking. Forum is proud of you. Keep it up!

Thank you,
HasmukhDoshi

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Monday, April 28, 2014 12:51:15 PM


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nkelsey wrote:

Blooming night and flaming morning.

I like it, thanks
nkelsey

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Hope2 wrote:

Hi Parser,

Kick-ass as you say is slang, and it just means extra good as in ‘to drink kick-ass coffee’. Something has that extra spark. (We sometimes call coffee ‘high test’ as compared to decaff.)

Kick-ass is not a euphemism for another word, in my language, anyhow.

It may have even started from a brand of coffee called ‘Kicking Horse’, although that is conjecture on my part.

It sounds to me as if Ehsan is writing a story?

Thanks
Hope2
for your advice
I took a look at a Thesaurus, it was really helpful
I was trying to write something poetic and romantic

and I also should thank
TheParser

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Monday, April 28, 2014 1:01:37 PM


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I apologize again if I unintentionally offended anybody here, I didn’t mean it
And sorry for using the slang, I won’t do that again
I think the movies that I watch somehow effect the way I speak or write in English
d'oh!

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thesaurus is the way to go..

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Monday, April 28, 2014 3:42:33 PM
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nkelsey wrote:
Blooming night and flaming morning.

To me, “blooming night” makes no sense. Flowers bloom, but nights do not.
And what is meant by “flaming morning?” Does this refer to an extremely hot morning, weatherwise? I think what the writer infers wishes is that the sun was a “bright red” that morning.

The people who write here to improve their English skills have my respect and admiration.

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Monday, April 28, 2014 3:47:44 PM


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Ehsan, have you figured out how to delete and edit now?

Although sometimes, who knows why, the delete button does not appear upon posting so your only action left is to edit. We are supposed to have a few minutes to delete and a longer time period to edit.

Romantic! How nice. (I hope you have someone special in mind!)

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Monday, April 28, 2014 4:17:46 PM


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As you said we’ll be given sometime to delete or edit our topics (here it says), I think mine’s passed, I cannot change it now
I’ll be more careful and reread my posts from now on 😉
I hope it’ll come out as I want it to be, I have pretty good insights now, thanks to all of you

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Good. It takes a while to figure out how to navigate a new site physically and also psychologically.

BTW –
Whistle
this smiley means ‘tongue firmly in cheek’. In other words, it is supposed to indicate a joke.

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Some adjectives to describe night: moonlit, moonless, starlit, starless, claustrophobic, phobic, velvety, mysterious, melancholy, silent, deafeningly silent, eyeless, creepy, cold, cool, stifling, dreamy, terrifying, eerie, cocoon-like, cozy, close, vast, pernicious, concealing, omniscient, spooky, etc.

Some adjectives to describe morning: fresh, refreshing, aggravating, painful, new, annoying, piercing, bright, alarming, free, hungry, rushed, creative, busy, slow, crazy, sunshiny, rainy, cloudy, stormy, mundane, early, blushing, fearsome, awe-inspiring, foggy, resurrection, reawakening, sleepy, somnolent, colorful, etc.

Hope it helps.

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moniquester wrote:

Some adjectives to describe night: moonlit, moonless, starlit, starless, claustrophobic, phobic, velvety, mysterious, melancholy, silent, deafeningly silent, eyeless, creepy, cold, cool, stifling, dreamy, terrifying, eerie, cocoon-like, cozy, close, vast, pernicious, concealing, omniscient, spooky, etc.

Some adjectives to describe morning: fresh, refreshing, aggravating, painful, new, annoying, piercing, bright, alarming, free, hungry, rushed, creative, busy, slow, crazy, sunshiny, rainy, cloudy, stormy, mundane, early, blushing, fearsome, awe-inspiring, foggy, resurrection, reawakening, sleepy, somnolent, colorful, etc.

Hope it helps.

These are some good adjectives, thanks
moniquester

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Sleepless night, awful morning.

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