Enhancing Your Vocabulary: Common Word Alternatives

Writers often tend to use words they are familiar with … repeatedly. The resources below can help authors keep their writing fresh and innovative by replacing common words with alternatives.

45 Ways to Avoid Using the Word “very”

50 Better Ways to Say “looks/seems like”

50 Different Ways to Say “beautiful”

50 Great Words for Writing Love Scenes

90 Words for “Looks”

The 100 Most Beautiful Words in English

100 Ways to Say Bad!

100 Ways to Say Great!

100 Words All High School Graduates Should Know

100 Words Every Expert Author Should Know

111 Words to Use Instead of “great”

115 Words for “walks”

128 Words to Use Instead of “very”

190 Ways to Say “said”

200 Ways to Say “went”

200 Words to Describe Light

250 Ways to Say “went”

A Little Cheat Sheet To Avoid Using The Word ‘Very’ [Robin Williams]

Better Words for “bad”

Change the Way You “Go:” Words to Use Instead of “go,” “went” or “walk”

Expressions for Agreeing and Disagreeing in English

Don’t Be a Word Bore: Alternative Ways to Say Goodbye

Instead of “Look” Use …

Instead of “whispered”

Other Ways to say Nice, Good, Bad, Sad, Happy, Laughed, Walked, Pretty, Looked, Scared

Other ways to say “on the other hand”

Synonyms for “Said”

When You’re Tired of Your Own Words …

Words for “vomit”

Words Related to Comment

Words Related to “cry”

Words to use instead of “amazing”

Words to use instead of “good”

Words to replace said, except this actually helps [organized by use]

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