Synonyms of the 96 most common words in English (2023)

Tollincredible, incredible, improbable, fabulous, marvelous, fantastic, unbelievable, amazing, extraordinary

thatenrage, infuriate, excite, sting, enrage, ignite, madden

Furiousirritated, furious, disgusted, agitated, furious, outraged, irritated, thrilled, inflamed

Respondedoranswer, answer, answer, confirm

Questions– — inquire, inquire, request information, ask a question, demand, demand, wait, inquire, interrogate, interrogate, inquire, inquire about

abominableterrible, terrible, abominable, bad, poor, unpleasant

Spaciouswicked, immoral, bad, corrupt, sinful, depraved, rotten, tainted, depraved, depraved, harmful, damaging, inauspicious, flawed, inferior, imperfect, inferior, flawed, inappropriate, inappropriate, inappropriate, nasty, unsavory, cross, wickedness, indelicate, hot-tempered, horrible, horrendous, disgusting, scandalous, atrocious, incorrect, harmful, sinister, filthy, pejorative, deplorable, bleak, rude, abominable, nefarious, vile, disgusting, despicable, despicable, contemptible, lazy, rancid, dreadful, abominable

Schön - beautiful, adorable, beautiful, attractive, magnificent, stunning, beautiful, grand, graceful, fair, stunning, graceful, fine, exquisite, aesthetic, pleasing, shapely, delicate, dazzling, glorious, heavenly, beautiful, radiant, radiant, blooming, bright

To start- initiate, open, launch, start, initiate, inaugurate, give birth

Grande - enormous, vast, immense, gigantic, tremendous, colossal, gigantic, great, beautiful, great, great, tall, substantial, mammoth, astronomical, sprawling, wide, expansive, spacious, squat, mighty, titanic, mountainous

courageous brave


Hell — radiant, bright, shimmering, bright, shimmering, shimmering, radiant, vivid, colorful, lustrous, luminous, incandescent, intelligent, knowledgeable, insightful, clever, intellectual

Still - calm, peaceful, still, calm, smooth, calm, gentle, collected, collected, carefree, balanced, carefree, indifferent, aloof

For - to approach, to advance, to approach, to reach, to reach

Legalcool, cold, frosty, wintry, icy, frigid

Injustice - bent, twisted, curved, hooked, zigzag

Cry – scream, scream, howl, scream, scream, scream, cry, moan, sob, scream

Cut - cut, cut, mince, mark, separate, cut, carve, divide, cut, mince, prune, trim, reduce

Dangerousdangerous, dangerous, risky, uncertain, uncertain


Decide – determine, agree, choose, resolve

Clearly - certain, true, positive, definite, clear, distinct, evident

Delicious - tasty, delicious, appetizing, lush, delicious, tasty, delicious, pleasant, tasty, exquisite

To describe — represent, characterize, represent, narrate, narrate, narrate, represent, relate, record

Destroy – ruin, demolish, raze, dilapidate, kill, kill, finish, finish

Difference — Disagreement, injustice, contrast, dissimilarity, incompatibility

Again - carry out, enact, carry out, finish, conclude, achieve, achieve, achieve, achieve

Tedious - boring, exhausting, exhausting, uninteresting, slow, stupid, stupid, unimaginative, lifeless, dead, callous, exhausting, exhausting, listless, expressionless, simple, dull, monotonous, desolate

anxious — eager, fervent, enthusiastic, involved, interested, full of life

movie — stop, finish, end, complete, close, pause, cease, pause

Leverage - enjoy, delight, delight, delight, bask, enjoy, devour, enjoy, enjoy

Explain — elaborate, clarify, define, interpret, justify, explain

Fair – fair, impartial, impartial, objective, impartial, honest

Fallen – fall, fall, fall, fall, fall

INCORRECT — false, fraudulent, false, false, false, unfounded, erroneous, misleading, unfounded, misleading

Famous – known, renowned, famous, famous, notable, famous, distinguished, well-known, notorious

Fast – fast, fast, agile, agile, hasty, fast, erratic, fast, fast, fast, fast, fast, lightning fast, rushed, rushed, rushed, like lightning

Fett - stocky, beefy, meaty, fleshy, bulbous, chubby, full, chubby, chubby, chubby, chubby, chubby, thick, bulky, elephantine

time – fear, anxiety, horror, alarm, dismay, dread, dread, dread, horror, panic, apprehension

To fly – soar, float, hover, fly, flee, blow, glide, along the coast, fly over, navigate, cross

Lustig — humorous, amusing, whimsical, humorous, humorous, ridiculous, silly

To receiveacquire, obtain, secure, obtain, earn, seek, find, score, collect, earn, win, rep, catch, net, purse, derive, collect, collect, collect, catch, accept, pass, retrieve, save

Y – give up, leave, disappear, disappear, move, travel, continue

intestine — excellent, good, superior, marvelous, marvelous, qualified, apt, suitable, appropriate, appropriate, capable, generous, kind, gentle, courteous, nice, pleasant, agreeable, satisfactory, good, obedient, honorable, trustworthy, trustworthy, secure , auspicious, profitable, beneficial, fair, convenient, useful, valid, genuine, abundant, sane, valuable, useful, great, magnificent, noble, dignified, first-class, excellent, outstanding, magnificent, respectable, uplifting

Great - notable, dignified, distinguished, notable, great, considerable, powerful, very, powerful

Stop – inappropriate, impolite, rude, indecent, rude, vulgar, scandalous, extreme, severe, embarrassing, rude, obscene, basic

Feliz - delighted, satisfied, satisfied, delighted, elated, joyful, joyful, ecstatic, elated, joyful, pleased, satisfied, happy, happy, very happy

To hate - despise, abhor, abhor, abhor, disapprove, dislike, disapprove, abhor

Ter – hold, possess, possess, contain, acquire, earn, receive, believe, endure, procreate, occupy, absorb, fill, enjoy

Aid — help, help, support, encourage, support, wait, accompany, serve, alleviate, help, use, make friends, support

To hide - conceal, conceal, mask, cloak, camouflage, screen, shroud, veil

apresurate – rush, run, speed up, rush, rush, push, speed up, frantically

efforts — damage, injury, injury, wound, affliction, plague, pain

Idea — Thought, concept, imagination, conception, understanding, opinion, plan, vision, belief

Important — necessary, vital, crucial, indispensable, valuable, essential, significant, primary, principal, significant, famous, distinguished, notable, well-known

Interesting — mesmerizing, captivating, perceptive, brilliant, intelligent, vivid, witty, attractive, tempting, intriguing, provocative, provocative, challenging, inspiring, attractive, moving, tingling, seductive, exciting, fun, spicy, lively, racy, spicy, captivating , captivating, consuming, captivating, captivating, captivating, captivating, curious, captivating, enchanting, alluring, alluring

Hold - maintain, maintain, retain, preserve, defend, preserve, support

Matarkill, execute, assassinate, assassinate, destroy, abolish, abolish

Lazy - slow, lazy, idle, idle, lazy

Some — tiny, tiny, minuscule, shrimp, dwarf, miniature, insignificant, stingy, minute, narrow, limited, minute, microscopic, light, dainty, tiny

Look for - to look, to see, to look, to observe, to seek, to study, to search, to search, to look, to look, to glimpse, to look, to contemplate, to examine, to yawn, to yawn, to scrutinize, to inspect, to look, to observe, to see, to witness, to perceive, to peep, see, discover, observe, recognize, peek, eye, yawn, read, investigate

Amor - taste, admire, appreciate, enjoy, appreciate, appreciate, revere, appreciate, adore, appreciate, enjoy

Do — create, generate, invent, generate, form, construct, design, manufacture, manufacture, produce, build, develop, make, cause, execute, compose, execute, achieve, win, win, get, acquire, get

To mark — label, label, price, ticket, print, effect, banner, print, seal, mark, sign, notice, attention, notice, denomination

Boshaft — playful, playful, cheeky, mischievous, irreverent, mischievous, sporty

relocation – jog, walk, crawl, crawl, inch, push, pull, stagger, drag, jog, linger, walk, walk, walk, walk, stumble, run, spike, march, rumble, rumble, drag, fall behind, run, sprint, stumble, jump, jump, hot foot, high tail, streak, stride, rip, breeze, explore, run, dash, arrow, bolt, skate, jump, skier, dodge, slide, run, run, jog, chase, rush, hurry, hump, gallop, gallop, speed, motion, movement, trip, walk, wander, trip, trekking, ride, turn, glide, glide, glide, glide, coast, flow, sail, stroll, limp, walk, stagger, row, sway, dance, kick, meander, wander, sway, sway, step, strut, stroll, fall

Temperamental - moody, moody, moody, sullen, cantankerous, sullen, surly, irritable, irritable, cranky, irritable, spiteful, surly, touchy

Sauber — clean, neat, neat, tidy, neat, neat, intelligent, elegant, well-organized, super, desirable, dignified, impeccable, well-groomed, well-proportioned

nuevo — fresh, unique, original, unusual, new, modern, updated, current

alternative — weak, brittle, ancient, flimsy, aged, used, worn, worn, tattered, faded, broken, formerly, antiquated, antiquated, obsolete, veteran, mature, venerable, primitive, traditional, archaic, conventional, in use, old, moldy, obsolete, extinct

Paper — portion, part, chunk, assignment, section, fraction, fragment

ort — space, area, place, parcel, region, place, location, position, residence, dwelling, set, place, season, state, condition

the plane — Action, Scheme, Project, Drawing, Map, Diagram, Procedure, Arrangement, Intent, Device, Invention, Method, Route, Project

Popular – popular, recognized, accepted, popular, celebrated, widespread, current

Dilemma - dilemma, dilemma, pickle, problem, situation, stain, scratch, jam

Define – place, define, fix, configure, allocate, maintain, keep, separate, cause, achieve, make, build

Still – still, still, sem som, mute, still, peaceful, calm, repousante

To the right - correct, precise, factual, true, good, just, honest, correct, legal, moral, reasonable, adequate, proper, lawful, just

Run - Run, speed, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run

kill kill kill— inform, notify, advise, narrate, narrate, say, explain, reveal, divulge, reveal, explain, order, order, offer, clarify, instruct, insist, teach, train, direct, issue, warn, speak, speak, confirm , assume, utter, deny, express, verbalize, pronounce, articulate, utter, deliver, transmit, communicate, affirm, explain, complain, murmur, mutter, whisper, sigh, exclaim, shout, sing, howl, growl, hiss, growl , din, roar, roar, thunder, roar, shout, shriek, shriek, shriek, whine, philosophize, stutter, stutter, lisp, slurred, stammer, protest, announce, swear, swear, be satisfied, assure, deny, deny

scared - anxious, frightened, worried, frightened, panicked, anxious, bewildered, insecure, timid, timid, nervous, nervous, restless, worried, annoyed, distraught, distraught, horrified, terrified, shocked, petrified, haunted, anxious, embarrassed, trembling, dazed, paralyzed, dazed, frightened

show - show, show, present, notice, show, show, explain, reveal, prove, prove, reveal

It is - leisurely, gradually, lazy, late, later, exhausting, slow

fuses – stop, stop, stay, pause, pause, complete, finish, finish, finish

History — history, myth, legend, fable, thread, report, tale, chronicle, epic, sage, anecdote, record, memoir

Strange – strange, peculiar, unusual, unknown, unusual, strange, odd, unusual, curious, unique, unique, irregular

To take – retain, catch, apprehend, apprehend, gain, conquer, acquire, select, select, select, favor, remove, steal, increase, rob, involve, enchant, buy, purchase, withdraw, remember, assume, occupy, consume

Say — reveal, reveal, show, discover, discover, say, narrate, inform, advise, explain, divulge, explain, order, order, offer, say, repeat

Think — judge, consider, accept, believe, ponder, consider, ponder, mediate

Problem – Affliction, agony, anxiety, worry, misery, pain, danger, danger, disaster, sadness, misfortune, difficulty, worry, pain, inconvenience, effort, effort.

TRUE – exactly, correctly, correctly, precisely, exactly, validly, genuinely, truly, really, reliably, firmly, faithfully, reliably, sincerely, firmly

Feo - horrible, terrible, terrifying, shocking, terrible, disgusting, monstrous, terrifying, disgusting, terrible, frightful, horrible, disgusting, simple, homey, disgusting, repulsive, repulsive, cruel

Dissatisfied – miserable, uncomfortable, miserable, heartbroken, unhappy, poor, despondent, sad, despondent, despondent, gloomy, depressed, gloomy, gloomy, despondent, sad

To use — employ, use, exhaust, expend, expend, consume, exercise

incorrect — false, inaccurate, erroneous, defective, improper, inadequate

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What are the 100 most common words in English? ›

Top 100 Vocabulary Words That Adults Should Know
  • Acquiesce.
  • Acronym.
  • Ambiguity.
  • Analogy.
  • Anachronism.
  • Andragogy.
  • Antithesis.
  • Antonym.

What are the 50 most common words in English? ›

Here are 50 of the most used words in the English language:
  • All. The whole number of. ...
  • And. Also, in addition to. ...
  • Boy. A male child or a young male person. ...
  • Book. A set of printed pages that are fastened inside a cover so that you can turn them and read them. ...
  • Call. ...
  • Car. ...
  • Chair. ...
  • Children.

What are 1000 synonyms? ›

synonyms for thousand
  • millenarian.
  • millenary.
  • chiliadal.
  • chiliastic.
  • millennial.
  • millesimal.

What are the 3 most powerful words? ›

What Are The Three Most Powerful Words?
  • Stake Your Claim and Own Your Own Power. Women are too often reluctant to claim their own power. ...
  • Gloria Steinem—Michele's Professional Role Model. ...
  • Hear More Stories and Read Michele's Blogs and Books. ...
  • Order Dr.

What are the 1,000 most commonly used words in English? ›

Here's the List of the 1000 Most Common English Words
  • be – “Will you be my friend?”
  • and – “You and I will always be friends.”
  • of – “Today is the first of November.”
  • a – “I saw a bear today.”
  • in – “She is in her room.”
  • to – “Let's go to the park.”
  • have – “I have a few questions.”
  • too – “I like her too.”

How do you say 100 in slang? ›

C note. C equals 100 in the Roman numeral system and stands for the latin word centum, which means “a hundred” (and which also originated the word cent). Thus, a C note is a $100 bill.

Where can I find synonyms for words? ›

Synonyms and Antonyms of Words.

What are the 50 difficult words? ›

50 Difficult Words with Meanings and Examples
  • Abnegation /abnɪˈɡeɪʃ(ə)n/: Renouncing a belief or doctrine. ...
  • Aggrandize /əˈɡrandʌɪz/: enhance power, wealth or status. ...
  • Alacrity /əˈlakrɪti/: Eagerness. ...
  • Anachronistic /ənakrəˈnɪstɪk/: misplaced chronologically. ...
  • Archetypal /ˌɑːkɪˈtʌɪp(ə)l/: quintessential of a certain kind.

How do you spell 50000 in words? ›

50000 in words is Fifty Thousand. For example, if you earned 50000 this month, you can write, “I have earned fifty thousand this month”.

What are the 20 vocabulary words? ›

20+ Vocabulary Words You Should Use
  • Archaic (adjective) Definition: very old or old fashioned. ...
  • Zephyr (noun) Definition: a brief gusty wind. ...
  • Quiescent (adjective) Definition: peacefulness, dormant, inactive. ...
  • Plethora (noun) Definition: excess, a large amount. ...
  • Degust (verb) ...
  • Poignant (adjective) ...
  • Abate (verb) ...
  • Sycophant (noun)
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What is the word for 10 times more? ›

noun. a tenfold quantity or multiple. verb (used with object), dec·u·pled, dec·u·pling. to make ten times as great.

What is the word for 1000 years? ›

millennium, a period of 1,000 years. The Gregorian calendar, put forth in 1582 and subsequently adopted by most countries, did not include a year 0 in the transition from bc (years before Christ) to ad (those since his birth). Thus, the 1st millennium is defined as spanning years 1–1000 and the 2nd the years 1001–2000.

What is the longest synonym? ›

adj.interminable, excessive in length.

What are the 12 power words? ›

What are the twelve powerful words? Trace, Analyze, Infer, Evaluate, Formulate, Describe, Support, Explain, Summarize, Compare, Contrast, Predict. Why use the twelve powerful words?

What are the 10 power words? ›

Spice things up and see the results.
  • Immediately.
  • Fervent. This power word means to display something passionately, so it implies action and immediacy. ...
  • Sharp. Use the word sharp when you want to focus someone's attention; it has an unusual power. ...
  • Renewed. ...
  • Shining. ...
  • Instantly. ...
  • Invigorated. ...
  • Responsive.
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What are the smartest words? ›

The top five words most likely to make someone sound smarter are “articulate,” “accolade,” “brevity,” “adulation,” and “anomaly.”

What are the 850 words of basic English? ›

a , able , about , account , acid , across , act , addition , adjustment , advertisement , after , again , against , agreement , air , all , almost , among , amount , amusement , and , angle , angry , animal , answer , ant , any , apparatus , apple , approval , arch , argument , arm , army , art , as , at , attack , ...

What are the 10 longest words in the English dictionary? ›

10 Longest Words in the English Language
  • Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis (45 letters) ...
  • Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia (36 letters) ...
  • Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious (34 letters) ...
  • Pseudopseudohypoparathyroidism (30 letters) ...
  • Floccinaucinihilipilification (29 letters)
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How do you write 18 0000 in words? ›

18000 in words is written as Eighteen-thousand.

What is slang for 1k? ›

In slang, a thousand dollars may also be referred to as a "grand" or "G", "K" (as in kilo), or less commonly a "stack", a "bozo", as well as a "band" .

What is slang for a $20 bill? ›

In the United States, a twenty dollar bill is also called a Jackson, a dub, or a double sawbuck.

Why is 500 called a monkey? ›

The British empire's control of India led to a number of phrases making their way across from the Raj to our shores, with a 'monkey' perhaps the most famous. Referring to £500, this term is derived from the Indian 500 Rupee note of that era, which featured a monkey on one side.

What is a rare synonym? ›

adj.exceptional, infrequent. adj.precious, excellent.

What are the 500 example of synonyms? ›

500 Synonyms Words List
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What is a synonym for I love you? ›

A few romantic ways to say I love you include: I adore you. You complete me. You fill my heart with love.

What is the synonym of happy? ›

cheerful, contented, delighted, ecstatic, elated, glad, joyful, joyous, jubilant, lively, merry, overjoyed, peaceful, pleasant, pleased, satisfied, thrilled, upbeat, apt, fortunate.

What is synonym of flirty? ›

adj.provocative, teasing.

What are the 10 unfamiliar words? ›

10 unusual words to add to your English vocabulary
  • Anachronism. An anachronism is something (or someone) that is out of place in terms of time or chronology. ...
  • Accismus. A form of irony in which someone feigns indifference to something he or she desires. ...
  • Cacophony. ...
  • Draconian. ...
  • Limerence. ...
  • Pareidolia. ...
  • Riposte. ...
  • Sanctimony.

What are some tricky words? ›

10 tricky words in English & how to stop misspelling them
  • Necessary.
  • Stationary vs. Stationery.
  • Separate.
  • Affect vs. Effect.
  • Embarrassed.
  • Compliment vs. Complement.
  • Accommodation.
  • Rhythm.

What are the 10 hardest words to spell? ›

Below, we'll take you through ten of the hardest English words to spell, discussing what they mean, why they're so challenging and how you can use them in a sentence.
  1. Nauseous. What it means: Having the feeling that you're going to vomit. ...
  2. Dilate. ...
  3. Fuchsia. ...
  4. Minuscule. ...
  5. Ingenious. ...
  6. Sacrilegious. ...
  7. Orangutan. ...
  8. Paraphernalia.
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How much is $100000.00 in words? ›

Therefore, the number 100000 in words is One Hundred Thousand. Also, read: Numbers in Words.

How do you spell 1000000 in words? ›

1000000 in words is One Million.

How do you say 9000000 in words? ›

9000000 in English Words

We generally write numbers in words using the English alphabet. Thus, we can read 9000000 in English as “Nine million” or “Ninety Lakh”.

What are the 50 new words? ›

List of 50 Difficult English Words With Meanings
  • Abnegation -Renouncing a belief or doctrine.
  • Aggrandize-enhance power, wealth or status.
  • Alacrity -eagerness.
  • Anachronistic -misplaced chronologically.
  • Archetypal -quintessential of a certain kind.
  • Ascetic -one who practices self-denial as part of spiritual discipline.
Dec 26, 2019

Can I learn 100 English words a day? ›

But you can certainly learn 100 words in a day. Sure, you can't learn everything you could ever need to know about these 100 words, and memorise all that information, but you can certainly get a basic understanding of 100 words in a day.

What are the 20 difficult words? ›

20 Most Difficult Words to Pronounce in the English Language
  • Colonel.
  • Worcestershire.
  • Mischievous.
  • Draught.
  • Quinoa.
  • Onomatopoeia.
  • Scissors.
  • Anemone.
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What is New York times word of the day? ›

Word of the Day: imperceptible

This word has appeared in 19 articles on in the past year. Can you use it in a sentence?

What's today's word of the day? ›

Word of the Day: Factotum.

Is there a word for 7 times? ›

Septuple.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster,

Is there a word for 200 years? ›

bicentennial | Intermediate English

the day or year that is 200 years after a particular event, esp. an important one; a 200th anniversary: The university marked its bicentennial with a weeklong celebration.

What is 1 million years called? ›

The term to describe a million years is a "megaannum" which comes from the word parts "mega" which means "huge" and "annum" which means year.

What is a word for 200 years? ›

bi·​cen·​ten·​ni·​al ˌbī-(ˌ)sen-ˈte-nē-əl. : a 200th anniversary or its celebration. bicentennial adjective.

What is a super long word? ›

Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis is a string of Latin terms that together describe an inflammatory lung disease caused by long-term inhalation of silica dust.

What is the longest 1 word? ›


Appearing in the Oxford English Dictionary, this 45-letter word for a disease is the longest English word that is defined in a major dictionary. It's a technical word referring to the lung disease more commonly known as silicosis.

What are the 118 words? ›

118 in words is written as “One Hundred Eighteen”.

What is the number 1 most used word in English? ›

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What are 20 vocabulary words? ›

20+ Vocabulary Words You Should Use
  • Archaic (adjective) Definition: very old or old fashioned. ...
  • Zephyr (noun) Definition: a brief gusty wind. ...
  • Quiescent (adjective) Definition: peacefulness, dormant, inactive. ...
  • Plethora (noun) Definition: excess, a large amount. ...
  • Degust (verb) ...
  • Poignant (adjective) ...
  • Abate (verb) ...
  • Sycophant (noun)
Feb 15, 2017

What are the 250 words? ›

250 words is 0.5 pages single-spaced or 1 pages double-spaced. Documents that typically contain 250 words are short memos, blog posts, or marketing copy. It will take approximately 1 minutes to read 250 words.

Is there a 24 letter word? ›

Laryngotracheobronchitis (24 letters) refers to inflammation of the larynx, trachea, and bronchi.

What are 10 powerful words? ›

Power Words that Invoke a Feeling of Fear
  • Afraid.
  • Agony.
  • Armageddon.
  • Annihilate.
  • Assault.
  • Apocalypse.
  • Beware.
  • Blinded.

What was the very 1st word? ›

The Oldest Word in the World. It is believed the first spoken word was “Aa,” which meant hey. “Aa” is thought to have first been spoken by an australopithecine in Ethiopia over a million years ago.

What are the 30 new words? ›

30 New Words in English with Meanings to Use in Everyday Communication
New Words to UseMeanings
Acquiesceaccept something reluctantly but without protest
Alignplace or arrange things in a straight line
Amendmake minor changes in a text in order to make it fairer
Annihilatedestroy utterly
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How many words can human brain remember? ›

The average is about 7 items, plus or minus 2, depending on the individual. You can easily confirm this by reading someone a series of words that have no connection with one another, then asking this person to repeat them. Start with 1 word, then 2 different words, then 3 different words, and so on.

How can I improve my vocabulary fast? ›

How to memorize new vocabulary faster: 9 tips
  1. Use Memory Techniques. ...
  2. Create a learning environment. ...
  3. Put the words in context. ...
  4. Learn from real-life situations. ...
  5. Take it to the next level. ...
  6. Find the tools that work for you. ...
  7. Make it interactive. ...
  8. Focus on useful words.
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