|size : shape : age : color|
|four||gorgeous||long-stemmed (sh) red (co)||silk||roses|
|her||short (si) black (co)||hair|
|our||big (si) old (ag)||English||sheepdog|
|several||enormous (si) young (ag)||American||basketball||players|
The English language has structure, especially with adjectives†. Consider, though, what Mark Twain said about adjectives:
As to the Adjective: When in doubt, strike it out. —Pudd’nhead Wilson (Mark Twain)
What Twain is saying is that we can overuse adjectives (though he was also a proponent for rarely using adjectives).
* Notice that this final column is the noun column and always (always) exists to the right of the adjectives.
† adjectives are always placed to the left of the noun. Whereas adverbs can be placed on either the left or the right. Also see, adverbs.