Character Traits Brainstorming List - Stephanie Morrill

prejudice procrastinator reckless rude sarcastic selfish self-pitying shy smart stubborn superficial tactless takes self too seriously too trusting unable to commit.
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Character Traits Brainstorming List For kicks, try closing your eyes and circling a few random ones!

active adventurous affectionate afraid aggressive ambitious amiable angry animated annoyed anti-social anxious argumentative arrogant attentive babyish blabbermouth bored bossy brave brilliant busy calm careful cautious charismatic charming cheerful childish clever clumsy coarse cold-hearted compassionate

competitive complacent compulsive conceited confident confused considerate cooperative courageous cowardly crafty critical cruel cultured curious cynical dangerous daring decisive dependable dependent determined diligent discreet dishonest disloyal disobedient disparaging disrespectful dissatisfied doesn’t learn domineering doubtful dutiful

eager easygoing eloquent encouraging energetic enthusiastic fair faithful fearless fidgety fierce finicky foolish formal frank friendly frustrated funny generous gentle giddy giving glamorous gloomy grateful greedy grouchy gullible happy harried hateful haughty helpful honest

From Go Teen Writers: How to Turn Your First Draft Into a Published Book by Stephanie Morrill & Jill Williamson www.goteenwriters.com

hopeful hopeless hospitable humble hyper ignorant ill-bred imaginative immature impartial impatient impolite impudent impulsive inappropriate inconsiderate independent industrious innocent insensitive insolent intelligent jealous judgmental lackadaisical

languid lazy liar logical lonely loving loyal lucky malicious mature mean meticulous mischievous moody mundane mysterious naive negligent nervous never satisfied no sense of humor noisy obedient obliging obnoxious

observant obsessive overindulgent prejudice procrastinator reckless rude sarcastic selfish self-pitying shy smart stubborn superficial tactless takes self too seriously too trusting unable to commit uncommunicative unconfident unmannered untrusting

From Go Teen Writers: How to Turn Your First Draft Into a Published Book by Stephanie Morrill & Jill Williamson www.goteenwriters.com