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Adjectives That Start With X
X marks the spot, that stark turning point in our alphabet where adjectives become suddenly scarce. That’s why finding the perfect X adjective makes for such a literary coup. It’s the unicorn of descriptive word usage. You and your readers will likely need the aid of the Google machine to decipher many of them. Xeric, for instance, denotes something as deficient in moisture, while xenogeneic describes cells or tissues from organisms belonging to different species. Here’s a goodie: Xanthous describes something as having that color between green and orange, the yolk of an egg being a good and rare example. Good luck with these!