If the noun is good and the verb is strong, you almost never need an adjective.
All writers, I think, are to one extent or another, damaged people. Writing is our way of repairing ourselves.
I wear tweed jackets and button-down shirts. I am a 1955 graduate of Harvard University who drives a 1968 Mercedes.
I firmly believe that any good journalist must essentially be temperamentally an outsider. I don’t think full sense of belonging and security is conducive to creativity.