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128 Words to Use Instead of Very

128 Words to Use Instead of Very

The English language truly has an abundance of words. It has its roots as a Germanic language but received significant French influence during the Norman invasion of England, giving it two variants for many words (e.g., Germanic “have” and Latinate “possess”). In this way, English has a richer vocabulary than most other languages. And nonetheless, there is a tendency to forgo the rich vocabulary available and simply preface adjectives with...

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