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 45 ways to avoid using the word ‘very’
“I like my coffee how I like myself: Dark, bitter, and too hot for you.”
- Unknown (via perfect)

+ 100 Exquisite Adjectives.


(SOURCE) Adjectives — descriptive words that modify nouns — often come under fire for their cluttering quality, but often it’s quality, not quantity, that is the issue. Plenty of tired adjectives are available to spoil a good sentence, but when you find just the right word for the job, enrichment ensues. Practice precision when you select words. Here’s a list of adjectives:

  • Adamant: unyielding; a very hard substance
  • Adroit: clever, resourceful
  • Amatory: sexual
  • Animistic: quality of recurrence or reversion to earlier form
  • Antic: clownish, frolicsome
  • Arcadian: serene
  • Baleful: deadly, foreboding
  • Bellicose: quarrelsome (its synonym belligerent can also be a noun)
  • Bilious: unpleasant, peevish
  • Boorish: crude, insensitive
  • Calamitous: disastrous
  • Caustic: corrosive, sarcastic; a corrosive substance
  • Cerulean: sky blue
  • Comely: attractive
  • Concomitant: accompanying
  • Contumacious: rebellious
  • Corpulent: obese
  • Crapulous: immoderate in appetite
  • Defamatory: maliciously misrepresenting
  • Didactic: conveying information or moral instruction
  • Dilatory: causing delay, tardy
  • Dowdy: shabby, old-fashioned; an unkempt woman
  • Efficacious: producing a desired effect
  • Effulgent: brilliantly radiant
  • Egregious: conspicuous, flagrant
  • Endemic: prevalent, native, peculiar to an area
  • Equanimous: even, balanced
  • Execrable: wretched, detestable
  • Fastidious: meticulous, overly delicate
  • Feckless: weak, irresponsible
  • Fecund: prolific, inventive
  • Friable: brittle
  • Fulsome: abundant, overdone, effusive
  • Garrulous: wordy, talkative
  • Guileless: naive
  • Gustatory: having to do with taste or eating
  • Heuristic: learning through trial-and-error or problem solving
  • Histrionic: affected, theatrical
  • Hubristic: proud, excessively self-confident
  • Incendiary: inflammatory, spontaneously combustible, hot
  • Insidious: subtle, seductive, treacherous
  • Insolent: impudent, contemptuous
  • Intransigent: uncompromising
  • Inveterate: habitual, persistent
  • Invidious: resentful, envious, obnoxious
  • Irksome: annoying
  • Jejune: dull, puerile
  • Jocular: jesting, playful
  • Judicious: discreet
  • Lachrymose: tearful
  • Limpid: simple, transparent, serene
  • Loquacious: talkative
  • Luminous: clear, shining
  • Mannered: artificial, stilted
  • Mendacious: deceptive
  • Meretricious: whorish, superficially appealing, pretentious
  • Minatory: menacing
  • Mordant: biting, incisive, pungent
  • Munificent: lavish, generous
  • Nefarious: wicked
  • Noxious: harmful, corrupting
  • Obtuse: blunt, stupid
  • Parsimonious: frugal, restrained
  • Pendulous: suspended, indecisive
  • Pernicious: injurious, deadly
  • Pervasive: widespread
  • Petulant: rude, ill humored
  • Platitudinous: resembling or full of dull or banal comments
  • Precipitate: steep, speedy
  • Propitious: auspicious, advantageous, benevolent
  • Puckish: impish
  • Querulous: cranky, whining
  • Quiescent: inactive, untroublesome
  • Rebarbative: irritating, repellent
  • Recalcitant: resistant, obstinate
  • Redolent: aromatic, evocative
  • Rhadamanthine: harshly strict
  • Risible: laughable
  • Ruminative: contemplative
  • Sagacious: wise, discerning
  • Salubrious: healthful
  • Sartorial: relating to attire, especially tailored fashions
  • Sclerotic: hardening
  • Serpentine: snake-like, winding, tempting or wily
  • Spasmodic: having to do with or resembling a spasm, excitable, intermittent
  • Strident: harsh, discordant; obtrusively loud
  • Taciturn: closemouthed, reticent
  • Tenacious: persistent, cohesive,
  • Tremulous: nervous, trembling, timid, sensitive
  • Trenchant: sharp, penetrating, distinct
  • Turbulent: restless, tempestuous
  • Turgid: swollen, pompous
  • Ubiquitous: pervasive, widespread
  • Uxorious: inordinately affectionate or compliant with a wife
  • Verdant: green, unripe
  • Voluble: glib, given to speaking
  • Voracious: ravenous, insatiable
  • Wheedling: flattering
  • Withering: devastating
  • Zealous: eager, devoted

I dont want sex, I want the things that lead up to it. The slow kissing then the passionate kissing, then the pulling closer, the neck kisses, the grabbing, biting, heavy breathing, grinding, the pauses while you catch your breath, feeling each other. Oh my.

Then sex.

- Unknown (via dauntlessrps)
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Woo Woo keeps walking around the house whispering “I know.” But he won’t tell us what he knows…





advantages to wearing oversized sweaters:

  • instant cute outfit with minimal effort
  • it enhances the coziness when u drink hot beverages
  • sweater paws are guaranteed to make u feel 43% more adorable
  • u can unbutton ur jeans and no one will know

disadvantages to wearing oversized sweaters:

Guys think they’re totally not cute lol

the day i dress for a man is the day they dress me in my coffin to see jesus