I first read this description:
This is Gertrude. She has a head, eyes, a nose, ears, a mouth, a neck, a belly with a bellybutton, arms and legs.
Students drew this as I read it. Notice there are no adjectives, so everyone assumed it was a person. Students drew people that looked a lot like these ones. . .
This is Gertrude. She has a fat, round head, three humongous blue eyes, a small pointy noise, long curly brown flowing hair, two large hairy ears, a huge smiling red mouth, a long crooked neck, a round belly with two smelly bellybuttons, four short stubby arms, and one muscular leg.
Wow! What a difference in the pictures, just by adding adjectives. Adjectives have power!