Vocabulary

Use These English Words Instead of “Very”

Instead of very;


  • Very simple –> Basic
  • Very shy –> Timid
  • Very open  –> Transparent
  • Very poor  –> Destitute
  • Very quiet –> Hushed
  • Very rich –> Wealthy
  • Very sharp –> Keen
  • Very scary –> Chilling
  • Very rainy –> Pouring
  • Very painful –> Excruciating
  • Very pale –> Ashen
  • Very old –> Ancient
  • Very perfect –> Flawless
  • Very scared –> Petrified
  • Very serious –> Grave
  • Very shiny –> Gleaming
  • Very short –> Brief
  • Very old-fashioned –> Archaic
  • Very noisy –> Deafening
  • Very bad –> Awful
  • Very cold –> Freezing
  • Very clear –> Obvious


  • Very mean –> Cruel
  • Very boring –> Dull
  • Very slow –> Sluggish
  • Very careful –> Cautious
  • Very colorful –> Vibrant
  • Very creative –> Innovative
  • Very crowded –> Bustling
  • Very empty –> Desolate
  • Very loose –> Slack
  • Very cute –> Adorable
  • Very lively –> Animated
  • Very often–> Frequently
  • Very thirsty–> Parched
  • Very tight–> Constricting
  • Very wide–> Expansive
  • Very windy–> Blustery
  • Very heavy–> Leaden
  • Very hungry–> Starving
  • Very friendly–> Amiable
  • Very evil–> Wicked
  • Very messy–> Slovenly
  • Very nice–> Kind
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