“I’m very tired.” “I’m very hungry.” “I’m very angry.”
Aren’t you very bored of using the word “very”?
Thanks to ProofreadingServices.com, here’s an infographic of 128 words to use instead of “very _________.” These words add variety to your vocabulary and have a dramatic effect on your meaning. Without using them, your audience may soon become very tired of how very often you use “very.”
You might say that the assignment is “very difficult,” giving us the idea that the assignment is just not easy. Or you might say the assignment is “arduous,” giving us the idea that you are working long and hard over a seemingly impossible challenge.
You might say that your room is “very dirty” because there is old food on your bed or a spilled drink on the rug. Or you might say that your room is “filthy”–so dirty that even your mother wouldn’t want to touch it.
You might say that the party was “very noisy”–people were loud and the music volume was high. Or you might say that the party was “deafening”–“What? What did you say? I can’t hear you anymore!”
Improve your vocabulary and impress your friends with these 128 words to use instead of “very.”