I am a grammar-loving, nit-picking, troll-loathing, much-admired (?) sandals-wearer. I can produce a list as long as you like, and so can the Simpsons, but I do not recommend that you try it. One such adjective at a time is quite sufficient, and even then, new creations can sound unnatural. The Simpsons list was intended to be humorous.
However, if you feel you must do it, here are a few pointers:
a noun-verbing (adjective) person is a person who verbs the noun - I love grammar, the Simpson takes baths and wears underpants.
an adverb-verbed (adjective) person is one who is verbed by others - I am much admired by other people.
A noun-verber (noun) is someone who verbs the noun - I wear sandals, the Simpson hugs lilies.
I really do not think it is a good idea to start experimenting with this in an IELTS examination.
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