Pacific: peaceful in character or intent.
Pacifist: holding the belief that war and violence are unjustifiable.
Painted: covered or decorated with paint.
Pakistani: relating to Pakistan or its people.
Palatial: resembling a palace in being spacious and splendid.
Panicked: feel or cause to feel panic.
Panicky: feeling or characterized by uncontrollable fear or anxiety.
Papuan: relating to Papua or its people or their language.
Parsimonious: very unwilling to spend money or use resources.
Particular: used to single out an individual member of a specified group or class.
Passe: no longer fashionable; out of date.
Passionate: having, showing, or caused by strong feelings or beliefs.
Passive: accepting or allowing what happens or what others do, without active response or resistance.
Pasty: (of someone’s face or skin) very pale and unhealthy looking.
Paternal: of or appropriate to a father.
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Paternalistic: relating to or characterized by the restriction of freedom and responsibilities of subordinates or dependants in their supposed interest.
Patient: able to accept or tolerate delays, problems, or suffering without becoming annoyed or anxious.
Patriotic: having or expressing devotion to and vigorous support for one’s country.
Patronizing: apparently kind or helpful but betraying a feeling of superiority; condescending.
Paunchy: having a large or protruding belly.
Peaceable: inclined to avoid conflict or dissent.
Peaceful: free from disturbance; tranquil. Not involving war or violence.
Peaked: a peaked hat has a peak at the front.
Peaky: pale from illness or fatigue; sickly.
Puckish: playful, especially in a mischievous way.
Peculiar: different to what is normal or expected; strange.
Peeved: annoyed; irritated; vexed.
Peevish: having or showing an irritable disposition.
Pensive: engaged in, involving, or reflecting deep or serious thought.
Penurious: extremely poor; poverty-stricken.
Peppy: lively and high-spirited.
Peremptory: insisting on immediate attention or obedience, especially in a brusquely imperious way.
Perfect: having all the required or desirable elements, qualities, or characteristics; as good as it is possible to be.
Perforate: if paper or another material is perforated, it has a series of small holes made in it, often so that it will tear easily or allow light or air to enter.
Perky: cheerful and lively.
Perpetual: occurring repeatedly; so frequent as to seem endless and uninterrupted.
Perplexed: completely baffled; very puzzled.
Perplexing: confusing, often because you do not know how to solve something.
Persevering: continuing in a course of action despite difficulty or delay in achieving success.
Persian: relating to ancient Persia or modern Iran or its people or language.
Persistent: continuing firmly or obstinately in an opinion or course of action in spite of difficulty or opposition.
persnickety: placing too much emphasis on trivial or minor details; fussy.
Personable: (of a person) having a pleasant appearance and manner.
Personalized: designed or produced to meet someone’s individual requirements.
Perturbed: feeling anxiety or concern; unsettled.
Peruvian: relating to Peru or its people.
Perverse: showing a deliberate and obstinate desire to behave in a way that is unreasonable or acceptable.
Pesky: annoying or causing trouble.
Pessimistic: tending to see the worst aspect of things or believe that the worst will happen.
Pestering: relating to a troublesome or annoying way of frequently requesting for something.
Pestiferous: harboring infection and disease.
Petite: (of a woman) attractively small and dainty.
Pettish: (of a person or their behavior) childishly bad-tempered and petulant.
Petulant: (of a person or their manner) childishly sulky or bad-tempered.
Phantasmal: pertaining to or of the nature of a phantasm; spectral; unreal.
Phenomenal: remarkable or exceptional, especially exceptionally good.
Philanthropic: (of a person or organization) seeking to promote the welfare of others; generous and benevolent.
Philippine: relating to the Philippines.
Philosophical: relating or devoted to the fundamental nature of knowledge; the reality, and existence.
Photogenic: (especially of a person) looking attractive in photographs or on film.
Picky: fussy and hard to please.
Pierced: (of the ears, nose, or other parts of the body) having had a hole made so as to wear jewelry.
Pimpled: a small hard inflamed spot on the skin.
Pimply: if someone is pimply or has a pimply face, they have a lot of pimples on their face.
Pitiful: deserving or arousing pity.
Pitiless: showing no pity; cruel.
Placid: not easily upset or excited.
Plaguey: causing irritation or annoyance; troublesome.
Plaguy: disagreeable or vexing.
Plain: not decorated or elaborate; simple or basic in character.
Playful: fond of games and amusement; light-hearted.
Pleasant: giving a sense of happy satisfaction or enjoyment.
Pleased: feeling or showing pleasure and satisfaction, especially at an event or a situation.
Pleasing: satisfying or appealing.
Plucky: having or showing determined courage in the face of difficulties.
Plump: having a full rounded shape.
Poignant: evoking a keen sense of sadness or regret.
Poised: having a composed and self-assured manner.
Polish: relating to Poland its inhabitants, or their language.
Polished: shiny as a result of being rubbed.
Polite: having or showing behavior that is respectful and considerate of other people.
Political: relating to the government or public affairs of a country.
Pollyannaish: unrealistically optimistic. If someone is acting Pollyannaish, they are judged as showing optimism that extremely naïve and unthinking.
Polynesian: relating to Polynesia, its people, or their languages.
Pompous: affectedly grand, solemn, or self-important.
Poor: lacking sufficient money to live at a standard considered comfortable or normal in a society.
Poorly: in a way that is unsatisfactory or inadequate.
Popular: liked or admired by many people or by a particular person or group.
Portuguese: relating to Portugal or its people or language.
Positive: consisting of or characterized by the presence rather than the absence of distinguishing features.
Possessive: demanding someone’s total attention and love.
Potbellied: an enlarged, swollen, or protruding abdomen.
Powerful: having great power or strength.
Practical: of or concerned with the actual doing or use of something rather than with theory and ideas.
Praiseworthy: deserving approval and admission.
Precious: of great value; not to be washed or treated carelessly.
Prejudiced: having or showing a dislike or distrust that is derived from prejudice; bigoted.
Prepared: made ready for use.
Presumptuous: (of a person or their behavior) failing to observe the limits of what is permitted or appropriate.
Pretty: (of a person) attractive in a delicate way without being truly beautiful.