Commonly Used Words to Describe Sounds

Words Commonly Used to Describe Sounds

Words that describe pain

The table on the right offers terms most often used to describe pain. via EANPA - The Edmonton (Alberta) Nerve Pain Association (EANPA) is a charitable organization incorporated as a non-profit society to support people suffering from neuropathic pain.

Obscure color words

List of obscure colour words and their definitions. How fun would this list be for a writing assignment? Change up your writing!

All of these are not synonyms for whispered. "Intoned" is not even quiet.

Just don't use intoned, susurrate, or insinuate because it sounds like they were hastily found in a thesaurus.

Helpful Ways To Say NO (Healthy Boundaries)

Helpful Phrases For Saying No. If you are feeling overwhelmed with the amount on your plate, and especially if you have a hard time saying no, these will help you be firm but kind!

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The Most Beautiful Words In English


The 100 Most Beautiful Words in English by Robert Beard -- for when I write my memoir.

Me, I suffer from nothingphobia. LOL µ/—>X)

What about Fear of water? Phobias: xenophobia definition is a bit simplistic; yes 'strangers' but also more towards the fear of foreigners. Usually, used socially and culturally than just 'strangers' but I digress.

Infographic on some eccentricities of the English language and second language acquisition. This easily could have been three times as long... but it is not.

English Is Weird Infographic

English Is Weird Infographic -- Did you know that English is the first language of between 300 and 400 million people. However, only about of the total population of the world speaks English as a native language?

Synonyms for boring words

descriptive words other words to use. be still my heart! I love using a variety of descriptive words. This list, in the words of Mrs.Riley -my high school English teacher, is a plethora of words :-)

A page from the Thesaurus for Teachers and Adjudicators with ideas for interesting comments/adjectives for judging or recommendations.

Perk up your sentences with this list of synonyms. If you write often, the site suggests printing this list for handy access.

1920s Vocabulary

Let's Bring Back: vocabulary, because I particularly like the term "fly boy" and "bees knees" has a certain ring to it. We used these phrases for a themed murder mystery party a few years ago. It was the cat's meow! For teaching Gatsby, maybe?