thesaurasthursday

#ThesaurusThursday Nov 10th 2016

Sorry about missing yesterday’s post, I was so overwhelmed with orders and promoting my new short story! But never fear! I’m back today!

It’s #ThesaurusThursday! Expanding your vocabulary each week!

Today we are going to list synonyms you can use in place of the word ‘cold.’ Make your manuscript more diverse by switching up common words.

bitter, bleak, brisk, chilled, cool, crisp, frigid, frosty, frozen, icy, intense, raw, snowy, wintry, arctic, chill, cutting, hyperborean, icebox, keen, sharp, Siberian, stinging, algid, below freezing, below zero, benumbed, biting, blasting, boreal, brumal, frore, gelid, glacial, have goose bumps, hawkish, hiemal, iced, inclement, nipping, nippy, numbed, numbing, one-dog night, penetrating, piercing, polar, rimy, severe, shivery, sleety, snappy, two-dog night

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#ThesaurusThursday Nov 3rd 2016

It’s #ThesaurusThursday! Expanding your vocabulary each week!

Today we are going to list synonyms you can use in place of the word ‘friend.’ Make your manuscript more diverse by switching up common words.

acquaintance, ally, associate, buddy, classmate, colleague, companion, cousin, partner, roommate, chum, cohort, compatriot, comrade, consort, crony, familiar, intimate, mate, pal, playmate, schoolmate, sidekick, spare, well-wisher, alter ego, bosom buddy, soul mate

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#ThesaurusThursday Oct. 27th 2016

It’s #ThesaurusThursday! Expanding your vocabulary each week!

Today we are going to list synonyms you can use in place of the word ‘laugh.’ Make your manuscript more diverse by switching up common words.

chuckle, giggle, grin, howl, roar, scream, shriek, snicker, snort, whoop, burst, cachinnate, chortle, convulsed, crow, fracture, guffaw, titter, break up, crack up, die laughing, roll in the aisles, split one’s sides

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#ThesaurusThursday Oct 14th 2016

It’s #ThesaurusThursday! Expanding your vocabulary each week!

Today we are going to list synonyms you can use in place of the word ‘excited.’ Make your manuscript more diverse by switching up common words.

agitated, annoyed, delighted, disturbed, eager, enthusiastic, hysterical, nervous, passionate, thrilled, animated, aroused, awakened, charged, discomposed, disconcerted, inflamed, moved, piqued, provoked, roused, ruffled, stimulated, stirred, wired, aflame, beside oneself, feverish, fired up, frantic, high, hot, hot and bothered, hyperactive, in a tizzy, juiced up, jumpy, keyed up, on edge, on fire, overwrought, steamed up, tumultous/tumultuous, wild, worked up, zipped up