10 over used English words-what to say instead

10 Over Used Eng­lish Words- What To Say Instead

10 Over Used Eng­lish Words- What To Say Instead

                                                 

 Lit­tle- small, insuf­fi­cient, minute, tiny, mea­gre, slight, mini, petite, brief, lim­it­ed    💡

Pret­ty- attrac­tive, beau­ti­ful, cute, ele­gant, good-look­ing, love­ly, pleas­ant,

hand­some (for a male)

Saw- glimpsed, spied, gazed, looked, watched, observed, glanced 🙄

Com­fort­able- appro­pri­ate, com­pla­cent, con­ve­nient, cozy, easy, loose, pleas­ant,

relaxed, use­ful, snug

Nice- like­able, agree­able, love­ly, friend­ly, kind, thought­ful, decent 🙂

Inter­est­ing- engag­ing, exot­ic, fas­ci­nat­ing, impres­sive, intrigu­ing, stim­u­lat­ing, unusu­al, strik­ing, love­ly, com­pelling 😯

And More Overused Eng­lish Words

Good- fine, excel­lent, great, mar­velous, won­der­ful, sat­is­fy­ing, ter­rif­ic, delight­ful     😀

Said- told, respond­ed, stat­ed, remarked, com­ment­ed, replied, exclaimed, men­tioned

Awe­some- amaz­ing, alarm­ing, aston­ish­ing, awful, awe-inspir­ing, dread­ful, breath­tak­ing, impos­ing, impres­sive, mag­nif­i­cent, won­der­ful        😛

Like- love, pre­fer, appre­ci­ate, fan­cy, enjoy, favour, want, adore 😉

I hope this has helped. I know we can some­times get stuck using the same Eng­lish words and vocab­u­lary over and over again. I know I do. As Eng­lish is a lan­guage full of syn­onyms, I thought I would bring you some new Eng­lish words to fresh­en up your speech.

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