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Unfortunately, I can't tell you where to find the list of exactly such words that you specified.
Try entering the “dictionary of adjectives of the Russian language” in the browser.
Yandex gave me this site in the first line – http://codenlp.ru/slovar/spisok-prilagatelnyih-russkogo-yazyika.html , take a look. There are all the most common adjectives. Among them, there are also those that can characterize a person.
Thank you for your attention. I hope I understood your question correctly!
Oh my God))) Yes, everything is simple! A huge number of synonym dictionaries. The most common one is <url>. Well, or score in the search engine “dictionary of synonyms” and you will be happy)) And just for checking, type “for example, the adjective “”beautiful” and you will be delighted with the number of synonyms that you can remember and remember… and expand, so to speak, your vocabulary)) Good luck)
Of course, first of all, reading, and it is important from which area you want to operate with words: scientific terms-read scientific pop, if you find an area of your interests, then you can also complete scientific works, and there professional terminology will definitely not leave you indifferent. If they are aesthetically pleasing, bombastic with metaphors, allegories, and allusions, then you should go to the art department.
You should also listen to people who are experts in a particular field. If you are attracted to this person, then unconsciously you will start copying their expressions, words, behavior, etc.This should be approached responsibly.
Listen to audiobooks, it's the same as in the first paragraph-scientific pop, if scientific terms, and artistic, if artistic. But you don't need fundamental scientific works, you need to delve into them yourself, otherwise you don't get it the first time.
There is an app on all platforms – Word of the Day, every day a new word.
P.S. A small life hack. When you have learned a new word, try to use it as often as possible in the near future, so that it will be stored in your long-term memory. Good luck!
And still-read more. And not just read but use dictionaries to understand the meaning of a new word(and it's useful to check old ones, too) . And yes-it is also not easy to write, but thoughtfully and using a dictionary. Not necessarily heavy books-articles on the topic you are interested in will also work. It is difficult to try and think carefully, and a good idea requires its own means of expression.