The sequence of words: a tiny, loveble, angel-like girl

hi everbody,

a tiny, loveble, angel-like girl.

can i say "a lovable, angel-like, tiny girl?

is there any rule?

thank you

I would say “a tiny, lovable, angelic girl.”

It doesn’t sound right.

I don’t know that there’s a hard, fast rule, but I’ve noticed that adjectives denoting size seem to come first. For example, “a big red house” sounds fine, because the adjective “big” is first. On the other hand, “a red big house” sounds absolutely terrible.

thank you for the great help!