Writing100+ Words to Use Instead of VERY in English - The Ready Writers

January 15, 2020by readywriters

Have you ever noticed how often you use the word VERY? Here is a list of 100+ Words to Use Instead of VERY in English.

  • Very angry —> Furious
  • Very beautiful —> Gorgeous
  • Very big —> Massive
  • Very boring —> Dull
  • Very noisy —> Deafening
  • Very poor —> Destitute
  • Very cheap —> Stingy
  • Very clean —> Spotless
  • Very short —> Brief
  • Very difficult —> Arduous
  • Very dry —> Arid
  • Very quick —> Rapid
  • Very bad —> Awful
  • Very smart —> Intelligent
  • Very sad —> Sorrowful
  • Very upset —> Distraught
  • Very cold —> Freezing
  • Very strong —> Forceful
  • Very huge —> Colossal
  • Very calm —> Serene
  • Very ugly —> Hideous
  • Very small —> Petite
  • Very funny —> Hilarious
  • Very quiet —> Hushed
  • Very rich —> Wealthy
  • Very expensive —> Costly
  • Very dirty —> Filthy
  • Very tall —> Towering
  • Very easy —> Effortless
  • Very wet —> Soaked
  • Very slow —> Sluggish
  • Very good —> Excellent
  • Very stupid —> Idiotic
  • Very happy —> Ecstatic
  • Very exciting —> Exhilarating
  • Very warm —> Hot
  • Very weak —> Frail
  • Very little —> Tiny
  • Very bright —> Luminous
  • Very busy —> Swamped
  • Very careful —> Cautious
  • Very clear —> Obvious
  • Very colourful —> Vibrant
  • Very confused —> Perplexed
  • Very creative —> Innovative
  • Very crowded —> Bustling
  • Very dear —> Cherished
  • Very deep —> Profound
  • Very empty —> Desolate
  • Very excited —> Thrilled
  • Very fancy —> Lavish
  • Very fat —> Obese
  • Very friendly —> Amiable
  • Very glad —> Overjoyed
  • Very great —> Terrific
  • Very heavy —> Leaden
  • Very hungry —> Starving
  • Very hurt —> Battered
  • Very large —> Huge
  • Very lazy —> Indolent
  • Very long —> Extensive
  • Very loose —> Slack
  • Very accurate —> Exact
  • Very afraid —> Fearful
  • Very clever —> Intelligent
  • Very cute —> Adorable
  • Very dull —> Tedious
  • Very eager —> Keen
  • Very evil —> Wicked
  • Very fast —> Quick
  • Very fierce —> Ferocious
  • Very light —> Luminous
  • Very lively —> Animated
  • Very lovely –> Adorable
  • Very mean —> Cruel
  • Very messy —> Slovenly
  • Very nice —> Kind
  • Very often —> Frequently
  • Very old —> Ancient
  • Very open —> Transparent
  • Very pale —> Ashen
  • Very perfect —> Flawless
  • Very powerful —> Compelling
  • Very pretty —> Beautiful
  • Very rainy —> Pouring
  • 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 sweet —> Thoughtful
  • Very talented —> Gifted
  • Very tasty —> Delicious
  • Very thirsty —> Parched
  • Very tight —> Constricting
  • Very tiny —> Minuscule
  • Very tired —> Exhausted
  • Very wide —> Expansive
  • Very willing —> Eager
  • Very windy —> Blustery
  • Very wise —> Sage
  • Very worried —> Distressed

Culled 7ESL

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