For example: "very good" can be replaced with "awesome" or "superb" to make your English sound more evolved.
1. Very angry = Furious
I was furious at him for copying my answer!
2. Very bad = Atrocious
He attempted an atrocious imitation of my English accent
3. Very tired = Exhausted
I was exhausted after the marathon.
4. Very tasty = Delicious
Your mom cooks delicious food!
5. Very painful = Excruciating
I had excruciating pain in my ankle after the injury.
6. Very clever = Brilliant
Look at his grades! This boy is brilliant!
7. Very serious = Grave
The situation at the hospital is grave
8. Very old=fashioned = Archaic
I find his views very archaic.
9. Very cold = Freezing
It was freezing in Ladakh.
10. Very scared = Petrified
The sighting of the wolf left me petrified.
11. Very happy = Elated
My mom was elated when I told her about my promotion.
12. Very sad = Devastated
She was devastated on hearing the news of her brother's death.
13. Very pretty = Gorgeous
She looked gorgeous in that white dress.
14. Very big = Massive
Dubai had massive buildings.
15. Very funny = Hysterical
The comedy show was hysterical.
16. Very bright = Dazzling
Look at her ring - the diamonds are dazzling!
17. Very worried = Anxious
She was anxious about her exams
18. Very clean = Spotless / immaculate
Their house was spotless.
19. Perfect/ ideal = Impeccable
He had impeccable manners
20. In perfect condition = Pristine
The lakes were pristine
21. Very weak = Feeble
After a month long illness, he was too feeble to leave his room
22. Very hungry = Starving / Famished
Can we order something? I am starving!
23. Very shocking = Appalling
Your comments were appalling!
24. Very expensive = Exorbitant
That vase is exorbitant. I cannot afford it.
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