MORE IDEAS ABOUT AVOIDING VERY

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inforgraph more words to use besides VERY

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22 Responses to MORE IDEAS ABOUT AVOIDING VERY

  1. Matt Bowes says:

    Aw, darn. Before we had thesaurii, we had to go out and hunt down words on our lonesome, kill ’em, and then hang them from a pole to drag back to our typewriters.

    The internet means there’s no excuse.

    And minuscule is spelled correctly! There’s much to be happy about in this post.

  2. Yes, it is helpful. Thank you.

  3. milliethom says:

    More excellent alternatives, MG. They’re always useful to authors.

  4. Adele Marie says:

    Excellent and I will find it a god send in the writing days to come.

  5. -Eugenia says:

    Very cool! I love this.

  6. This is great! Thanks!

  7. Reblogged this on The Reluctant Poet and commented:
    Here is MG Wells’ follow-up to Chris’, “45 Ways To Avoid Using The Word Very Infographic” about avoiding the use of the word “very”. Here is the post – “MORE IDEAS ABOUT AVOIDING VERY”

    Please give MG’s site a test drive and feel free to share “MORE IDEAS ABOUT AVOIDING VERY”.

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