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Adjectives That Start With K
K has the air of the elegant about it, the seeming aspect of some royal seal or coat-of-arms. A certain tradition, nobility, even. K is kingly, knightly, kind-hearted. It’s a hard-spoken consonant when it has to be, (think karma and keen), yet secure and strong enough to stay silent when nothing need be said (i.e. known and knife). This letter has a knack for being attractive to the eye, its stance graceful and dignified. Indeed, K is just a downright alluring letter to look at, one reason it so often adorns in silence the start of a word. It seems a flourish for the eye, a grammatical garnish to beautify a beginning, whet the palate of parlance. The following are some great adjectives everyone should know. Long live the letter K.