Words To Use Instead of “Very”

Stop saying VERY too often in speech or while drafting a letter. Many at time we find ourselves using the word “very” a lot of time either in a speech or while writing just to buttress our point or for whatever reason, now this post will guide on the right words to use in any scenario you are trying to explain or to emphasize more on.

 

Very accurate —> Exact

Very afraid —> Fearful

Very angry —> Furious

Very bad —> Awful

Very beautiful —> Gorgeous

Very big —> Massive

Very boring —> Dull

Very bright —> Luminous

Very busy —> Swamped

Very calm —> Serene

Very careful —> Cautious

Very cheap —> Stingy

Very clean —> Spotless

Very clear —> Obvious

Very cold —> Freezing

Very colorful —> Vibrant

Very confused —> Perplexed

Very creative —> Innovative

Very crowded —> Bustling.

Very clever —> Intelligent

Very cute —> Adorable

Very dear —> Cherished

Very deep —> Profound

Very dirty —> Filthy

Very dull —> Tedious

Very difficult —> Arduous

Very dry —> Arid

Very eager —> Keen

Very easy —> Effortless

Very evil —> Wicked

Very empty —> Desolate

Very excited —> Thrilled

Very exciting —> Exhilarating

Very expensive —> Costly

Very fancy —> Lavish

Very fast —> Quick

Very fat —> Obese

Very fierce —> Ferocious

Very friendly —> Amiable

Very funny —> Hilarious

Very glad —> Overjoyed

Very good —> Excellent

Very great —> Terrific

Very happy —> Ecstatic

Very heavy —> Leaden

Very hungry —> Starving

Very hurt —> Battered

Very large —> Huge

Very lazy —> Indolent

Very long —> Extensive

Very loose —> Slack

Very huge —> Colossal

Very little —> Tiny

Very light —> Luminous

Very lively —> Animated

Very lovely –> Adorable

Very mean —> Cruel

Very messy —> Slovenly

Very nice —> Kind

Very noisy —> Deafening

Very often —> Frequently

Very old —> Ancient.

Very open —> Transparent

Very pale —> Ashen

Very perfect —> Flawless

Very poor —> Destitute

Very powerful —> Compelling

Very pretty —> Beautiful

Very quick —> Rapid

Very quiet —> Hushed

Very rainy —> Pouring

Very rich —> Wealthy

Very sad —> Sorrowful

Very short —> Brief

Very slow —> Sluggish

Very scared —> Petrified

Very scary —> Chilling

Very serious —> Grave

Very sharp —> Keen

Very shiny —> Gleaming

Very shy —> Timid

Very simple —> Basic

Very skinny —> Skeletal

Very smooth —> Sleek

Very soft —> Downy

Very sorry —> Apologetic

Very special —> Exceptional

Very sure —> Certain

Very smart —> Intelligent

Very small —> Petite

Very stupid —> Idiotic

Very strong —> Forceful

Very sweet —> Thoughtful

Very talented —> Gifted

Very tall —> Towering

Very tasty —> Delicious

Very thirsty —> Parched

Very tight —> Constricting

Very tiny —> Minuscule

Very tired —> Exhausted

Very ugly —> Hideous

Very upset —> Distraught

Very warm —> Hot

Very weak —> Frail

Very wet —> Soaked

Very wide —> Expansive

Very willing —> Eager

Very windy —> Blustery

Very wise —> Sage

Very worried —> Distressed

 

WORDS TO USE INSTEAD OF “VERY”

very noise – deafening

very often – frequently

very old – ancient

very old fashioned – archaic

very open – transparent

very painful – excruciating

very pale – ashen

very perfect – flawless

very poor – destitute

very powerful – compelling

very pretty – beautiful

very quick – rapid

very quiet – hushed

very rainy – pouring

very rich – wealthy

very sad – sorrowful

very scared – petrified

very scary – chilling

very serious – grave

very sharp – keen

very shiny – gleaming

very short – brief

very shy – timid

very simple – basic

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I'm simply known as Sosa. A well known programmer and founder of the defunct Lectures Portal, Simplicity is my nature.

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