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Vocabulary – Adjectives without Very

Learn these words and check your score at the bottom:

Hereafter, do not use “very” very often because many very + words can be replaced with a single word.

  • Very afraid – Terrified
  • Very angry – Furious
  • Very bad – Atrocious
  • Very beautiful – Exquisite
  • Very big – Immense
  • Very fast – Quick
  • Very hard – Difficult
  • Very lively – Animated
  • Very lazy – Indolent
  • Very careful – Cautious
  • very fat – Obese
  • Very bright – Luminous
  • Very boring – Dull
  • Very accurate – Exact
  • Very nice – Kind
  • Very often – Frequently
  • Very skinny – Skeletal
  • Very smelly – Pungent
  • Very necessary – Essential
  • Very smooth – Sleek
  • Very noisy – Deafening
  • Very willing – Eager
  • Very dry – Parched
  • Very long-term – Enduring
  • Very cold – Freezing
  • Very nervous – Apprehensive
  • Very clever – Brilliant
  • Very strong – Unyielding
  • Very stupid – Idiotic
  • Very tasty – Delicious
  • Very thin – Gaunt
  • Very tired – Exhausted
  • Very ugly – Hideous
  • Very valuable – Precious
  • Very wicked – Villainous
  • Very neat – Immaculate
  • Very quiet – Silent
  • Very risky – Perilous
  • Very accurate – Exact
  • Very afraid – Fearful
  • Very clean spotless
  • Very creative – Innovative
  • Very dear – Cherished
  • Very evil – Wicked
  • Very happy – Ecstatic
  • Very good – Excellent
  • Very large – Huge
  • Very light – Luminous
  • Very little – Tiny
  • Very nice – Kind
  • Very powerful – Compelling
  • Very rich – Wealthy
  • Very risky – Perilous
  • Very roomy – Spacious
  • Very short – Brief
  • Very smart – Intelligent
  • Very worried – Distressed
  • Very weak – Frail
  • Very upset – Distraught
  • Very eager – Keen
  • Very glad – Overjoyed
  • Very detailed – Meticulous
  • Very cute – Adorable
  • Very confused – Perplexed
  • Very colorful – Vibrant
  • Very crowded – Bustling
  • Very shy – Timid
  • Very simple – Basic
  • Very skinny – Skeletal
  • Very tall – Towering
  • Very dear – Cherished
  • Very different – Disparate
  • Very dull – Tedious
  • Very empty – Desolate
  • Very painful – Excruciating
  • Very scared – Petrified
  • Very shiny – Gleaming
  • Very serious – Grave
  • Very wise – Sage
  • Very well-to-do – Wealthy
  • Very rainy – Pouring
  • Very poor – Destitute
  • Very competitive – Cutthroat
  • Very calm – Serene
  • Very cheap – Stingy
  • Very loud – Deafening
  • Very confused – Perplexed
  • Very old – Ancient
  • Very exciting – Exhilarating
  • Very slow – Sluggish
  • Very sleepy – Lethargic
  • Very sharp – Keen
  • Very thin – Gaunt
  • Very wise – Sagacious
  • Very loved – Adored

Let’s start the Quiz below:

  • Question of

    Stingy

    • Very dirty
    • Very cheap
  • Question of

    Perplexed

    • Very complex
    • Very confused
  • Question of

    Ancient

    • Very old
    • Very experienced
  • Question of

    Exhilarating

    • Very exciting
    • Very tiring
  • Question of

    Sluggish

    • Very slow
    • Very mean
    • Very exciting
  • Question of

    Lethargic

    • Very tough
    • Very sleepy
    • Very easy
  • Question of

    Keen

    • Very sharp
    • Very safe
    • Very sluggish
  • Question of

    Gaunt

    • Very large
    • Very Tall
    • Very thin
  • Question of

    Sagacious

    • Very wise
    • Very suggestive
    • Very mean
  • Question of

    Adored

    • Very loud
    • Very open
    • Very loved
  • Question of

    Spotless

    • Very mysterious
    • Very clean
    • Very unknown
  • Question of

    Skeletal

    • Gaunt
    • Very white
    • Very skinny

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