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    Senior Member NewEra's Avatar
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    Default Use one positive word to describe each type

    I made a thread like this a while ago having to do with negative words, and it was pretty popular, so I figured might as well make it with positive words. Make sure it's a good positive word, not a bad (negative) one.

    ENFJ -
    ENFP -
    ENTJ -
    ENTP -
    ESFJ -
    ESFP -
    ESTJ -
    ESTP -
    INFJ -
    INFP -
    INTJ -
    INTP -
    ISFJ -
    ISFP -
    ISTJ -
    ISTP -

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    ENFJ - Inspiring
    ENFP - Exhilirating
    ENTJ - Determined
    ENTP - Inventive
    ESFJ - Curative
    ESFP - Entertaining
    ESTJ - Administrative
    ESTP - Impressive
    INFJ - Supportive
    INFP - Sensitive
    INTJ - Autonomous
    INTP - Analytical
    ISFJ - Devoted
    ISFP - Carefree
    ISTJ - Dutiful
    ISTP - Meticulous

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    Okay, but you have to do it too.

    ENFJ - Sympathetic
    ENFP - Empathetic
    ENTJ - Strategic
    ENTP - Imaginative
    ESFJ - Friendly
    ESFP - Playful
    ESTJ - Resourceful
    ESTP - Spirited
    INFJ - Soulful
    INFP - Heartful
    INTJ - Objective
    INTP - Intelligent
    ISFJ - Open
    ISFP - Free
    ISTJ - Kindhearted
    ISTP - Skilled

    Strangely, the introverts were a lot harder than the extraverts. I think I spent 25% of the time on the first half of the list. Not because I couldn't think of good qualities of the introverts, but because their good qualities were harder to put into a single word.

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    ENTJ- Driven
    INTJ- Perspicacious
    ENTP- Daring
    INTP- True
    ESFJ- Nuturing
    ISFJ- Selfless
    ESTJ- Dependable
    ISTJ- Disciplined
    ENFP- Endearing
    ENFJ- Inspiring
    INFJ- Insightful
    INFP- Altruistic
    ESFP- Entertaining
    ESTP- Effective
    ISTP- Precise
    ISFP- Accepting
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    ENFJ - conjunctive
    ENFP - affable
    ENTJ - opportunistic
    ENTP - naked
    ESFJ - classy
    ESFP - fair
    ESTJ - canny
    ESTP - motivating
    INFJ - elemental
    INFP - regal
    INTJ - inspiring
    INTP - democratic
    ISFJ - caring
    ISFP - esthetical
    ISTJ - attentive
    ISTP - proficient
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    ENFJ - intriguing
    ENFP - amiable
    ENTJ - decisive
    ENTP - clever
    ESFJ - sincere
    ESFP - warm
    ESTJ - present
    ESTP - nuanced
    INFJ - probing
    INFP - ethereal
    INTJ - illuminating
    INTP - insightful
    ISFJ - giving
    ISFP - humanitarian
    ISTJ - consistent
    ISTP - dextrous

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    ENFJ - magnetic
    ENFP - flexible
    ENTJ - focused
    ENTP - electric
    ESFJ - fertile
    ESFP - democratic
    ESTJ - organized
    ESTP - confidant
    INTP - guileless
    INTJ - uncompromising
    INFP - visionary
    INFJ - intricate
    ISFP - attentive
    ISFJ - generous
    ISTP - adventurous
    ISTJ - hardworking

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    ENFJ - Convincing
    ENFP - Gregarious
    ENTJ - Determined
    ENTP - Progressive
    ESFJ - Truthful
    ESFP - Warm
    ESTJ - Admisitrative
    ESTP - Free
    INFJ - Inspiring
    INFP - Introspective
    INTJ - Independent
    INTP - Logical
    ISFJ - Committed
    ISFP - Caring
    ISTJ - Organized
    ISTP - Skilled
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    ENFJ -
    Visionary

    ENFP -
    Enthusiastic

    ENTJ -
    Entreprenurial

    ENTP -
    Adaptable

    ESFJ -
    Outgoing

    ESFP -
    Fun

    ESTJ -
    Hardworking

    ESTP -
    Clever

    INFJ -
    Perceptive

    INFP -
    Moral

    INTJ -
    Intelligent

    INTP -
    Analytical

    ISFJ -
    Giving

    ISFP -
    Passionate

    ISTJ -
    Persistent
    ISTP -
    Practical

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    My turn:

    ENFJ - imaginative
    ENFP - creative
    ENTJ - leaders
    ENTP - innovative
    ESFJ - caring
    ESFP - energetic
    ESTJ - productive
    ESTP - friendly
    INFJ - visionary
    INFP - unique
    INTJ - smart
    INTP - intelligent
    ISFJ - simple
    ISFP - kind
    ISTJ - efficient
    ISTP - skilled

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