Category: INSTEAD OF VERY

VOCABULARY – Instead of VERY (7)

The word VERY is an adverb and an intensifier – it comes before an adverb or adjective to make it more intense (to a higher degree). Say frail instead of very weak. Say keen instead of very eager. Say meticulous instead of very detailed. Say perplexed instead of very confused. Say bustling instead of very crowded. Say basic instead of very …

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VOCABULARY – Instead of VERY (6)

The word VERY is an adverb and an intensifier – it comes before an adverb or adjective to make it more intense (to a higher degree). Say sage instead of very wise. Say pouring instead of very rainy. Say cutthroat instead of very competetive. Say stingy instead of very cheap. Say perplexed instead of very confused. Say exhiliarating instead of very …

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VOCABULARY – Instead of VERY (5)

  The word VERY is an adverb and an intensifier – it comes before an adverb or adjective to make it more intense (to a higher degree). Say immaculate instead of very neat. Say perilous instead of very risky. Say fearful instead of very afraid. Say innovative instead of very creative. Say wicked instead of very evil. Say excellent instead of …

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VOCABULARY – Instead of VERY (4)

The word VERY is an adverb and an intensifier – it comes before an adverb or adjective to make it more intense (to a higher degree). Say indolent instead of very lazy. Say obese instead of very fat. Say terrified instead of very afraid. Say exact instead of very accurate. Say frequently instead of very often. Say pungent instead of very …

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VOCABULARY – Instead of VERY (3)

The word VERY is an adverb and an intensifier – it comes before an adverb or adjective to make it more intense (to a higher degree). Say gaunt instead of very thin. Say hideous instead of very ugly. Say villainous instead of very wicked. Say silent instead of very quiet. Say exact instead of very accurate. Say spotless instead of …

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