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Substitutes for very intensely exceedingly bitterlysurely especially slightly unusually truly richly mightily powerfully fully infinitely severely fully shockingly immeasurably chiefly Dead Words get very your good lots well great got nice you just a lot fine fun so every the end ALL CONTRACTIONS (won't, I'd, We'll) ALL ABBREVIATIONS (etc. o.k., CA) SLANG: awesome, cool, fine, totally, rad, raspy Words Suggesting the Sense of Touch: cool cold icy lukewarm tepid warm steamy damp wet fleshy rubbery tough slippery mushy oily crisp feathery leathery silky gritty satiny sandy smoothsharp rough thick pulpy dry dull thin fragile tender prickly hairy fuzzy Words Suggesting the Sense of Taste: tangy gingery hot burnt overripe spoiledrotten unripe raw alkaline medicinal fishy peppery spicy oily buttery salty bitter bittersweet hearty mellow sugary crisp ripe bland sour vinegary fruity Words Suggesting the Sense of Smell: sweet mint acid sickly scented odorous acrid stagnant fragrant pungent burnt moldy gaseous musty tempting aromatic perfumed spicy reeking mildewed heady savory putrid damp fresh sharp rotten dank stench earthy fishy sour spoiledrancid piney Words Suggesting the Sense of Sound: crash thud bump thump boom thunder bang smash explode roar scream screechshout yell whistlewhine squawk bark bawl rage blare rumble slam clap stomp stamp
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2010 for the course ENGL ENGL 67 taught by Professor Garrett during the Fall '10 term at Mt. SAC.

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