He was handsome, charming, smooth.

Do these adjectives seem natural to combine to describe a person or do they overlap in meaning?

Also, in what order do they seem most natural to your ear?


smooth, handsome, charming - They are ok together


You'd typically say: "He was handsome and charming." The word "smooth" can have negative connotations, suggesting insincerity.

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