Beautiful – Every mother thinks her child beautiful.
Pretty – She’s a very charming and very pretty girl.
Elegant – He is greying now but still elegant.
Funny – He made funny faces to amuse the children.
Cute – You have a cute daughter.
Handsome – He was handsome and nicely dressed.
Gorgeous – I went out with a gorgeous girl last night.
Ugly – She was ugly and monstrously fat.
Attractive – He was with an attractive young lady.
Young – When I was young, I admired clever people.
Middle-aged – A middle-aged person is between forty and sixty years old.
Old – The old lady told me all her troubles.
Well-Built – Henry was a small, healthy, well-built man.
Plump – The nurse was a cheerful plump woman.
Thin – The man was so thin that you could see his bones.
Fat – I could eat what I liked without getting fat.
Slim – I wish I was as slim as you.
Short – Chris was short and stocky, with broad shoulders.
Medium-height – She’s medium-height.
Tall – He was young and tall.
Blue – He stared at me out of those washed-out blue eyes.
Brown – He pored on the girl’s lovely and large brown eyes.
Small – He was hot and sweat dripped into his small eyes.
Big round – There was a glint of mischief in her big round eyes.
Oval – He could see the disappointment in her oval eyes.
Wear glasses – I love his wear glasses eyes.
Round – The child had a round face.
Oval – He saw her oval face through a mist of tears.
Square – He had a thoughtful look on his square face.
Long – She’s got a long, thin face.
Straight – I struck him on his straight nose.
Hooked – He was thin and tall, with a hooked nose.
Long – He’s got a really long nose .
Small – She gave him a punch on the small nose.
Turned-up – He biffed me on the turned-up nose.
Large – She quirked her large mouth at me.
Small – She opened her small mouth to say something.
Full – She had big eyes and full lips.
Curved – Matt opened the door with a smile on his curved lips.
Thin – I really love my thin lips.
Large – He had large ears.
Small – She tucked her hair behind her small ears.