Adjectives of quality simply describe the quality, state or the kind of noun it is. All types of adjectives of quality have both negative and positive type of words which are being used depending on the context. Since there are so many words we cannot list all few common examples of adjectives of quality specified in categories.
Greasy, soft, hard, crisp, loose, boiling, solid, chilling, moist, tender, sticky, tacky, dry, oily, dusty, prickly, sandy, frosty, wet, sensitive, uneven, stiff, thin, silky, sharp, slippery, hairy, slimy, velvety, uneven, wooly, waxy
Handsome, attracted, happy, lovely, eager, delighted, sweet, joy, proud, open, optimist, free, dumb, foolish, weak, tired, embarrassed, nervous, evil, taken aback, bashful, dirty, ugly, playful, festive, understanding, great, animated, moody, involved
Depressed, sour, anxiety, pity, jealousy, shame, hurt, frustration, envy, pride, appreciative, overcome, supportive, liking, loving, joyful, lusting, loving, hope, thrilled, mad, annoyed, fear, sick
Social, secular, heavy, light, dull, remorseful, liberal, political, annoyed, cautious, secretive, startled, bitter, foolish, bold, happy, clever, devoted, convincing, believing, intent, sympathetic
Asymmetrical, spherical, concave, concentric, congruent, curved, deformed, convex, flat, round, rectangular, triangular, pointed, oval, straight, vertical, horizontal, two dimensional, three dimensional
Dark, light, ablaze, shiny, cool, delicate, colorful, red, brown, green, deep, fast, fresh, colorless, fluorescent, loud, neutral, matching, multicolored, violent, vibrant, warm, faded grey, black, white, yellow, violet etc.
There are cases when we describe colors more specifically. Example: deep blue sea, light pink dress, fluorescent green lights etc. In such cases the color themselves act as noun or subject.
Large, small, thick, thin, huge, big, great, medium, shrunken, atomic, molecular, giant, massive, vast, enormous, teeny, wee, bite sized, fat, puny, tall, short, mammoth, little, immense, narrow etc.
Woody, metallic, synthetic, cotton, woolen, polyester, ceramic, plastic, silicon, fibrous etc.
Weekly, yearly, monthly, timely, daily, hourly, half yearly, quarterly etc.
Attentive, awful, irritating, interesting, brave, dutiful, patient, serious, unstable, unwilling, inactive, active, brilliant, honest, judgmental, careless, logical, punctual, childish, experienced, efficient, egoistic, excited, haughty, proud, coward, gentle, helpful, modest, sweet, volcanic, aggressive, arrogant, beautiful, wonderful, smart, talented, versatile, sophisticated, sensitive, polite, kind, dramatic, nosy, quiet, tactful, tired, immature, diligent, blunt etc.
Buddhist, Christian, atheist, Taoist, Hindu, Muslim, pagan etc.
New, old, young, three year old, ancient, medieval, historic, pre historic etc.
Indian, Anglo-Indian, American, Persian, African, Greek, Latin, Spanish, French etc.
Often we use a small number of adjectives together in a sentence. Like really big old red antique phone etc. In such kind of sentences we follow an order of adjectives of quality for making sense in the sentence.
First the opinion or quality of noun, followed by the size of the noun next comes the age of the noun, then the shape of the noun, next the color of the noun, and then a proper adjective may be origin or material and finally a qualifier. But before stating adjectives of quality the adjectives of quantity or numeral adjectives must be there. All these are used as per the availability and need of the description of a noun in a sentence.