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Words to use

  1. 1. To indicate more information Furthermore In addition Moreover Likewise Indeed – In truth Foremost - Ranking above all others; Subsequently Consequently Hence Wherefore To indicate an example For example For instance In particular Specifically To illustrate To demonstrateTo conclude For the aforementioned reasons For the aforementioned reasons, there is no doubt that In conclusion In closing To concludeTo express an opinion In all due fairness With good judgment, (one/we may)To describe or make vivid portray depict exhibit illustrate express imply expose
  2. 2. present paint a portrait limn - Trace the shape of, make a portrait of delineate represent demonstrate constitute - Form or compose embodied - (adj) Expressed byTo prove manifest - Provide evidence for; stand as proof of attest testify - Provide evidence for certify endorse - Give support or ones approval to establish instance - (v) Clarify by giving an example of exemplify - (v) Clarify by giving an example ofTo compare or contrast Whereas In comparison In contrast However Although On the other hand Likewise Similarly But Yet Withal - Despite anything to the contrary (usually following a concession) Withal - Together with this Nevertheless - Despite anything to the contrary Nonetheless - Despite anything to the contrary Notwithstanding - Despite anything to the contrary Even so - Despite anything to the contrary All the same - Despite anything to the contraryTo indicate certainty Truly Sincerely Genuinely Surely Rightfully
  3. 3. Absolutely Certainly Without doubt Needless to sayTo indicate doubt Most likely More likely Possibly Probably Dubitable - Open to doubt or suspicion Dubious - Distressed with uncertainty or doubtTo summarize Overall To summarize In summary To sum up Paraphrased Briefly In brief Summing upTo express positive words magnificent magnanimous - The quality of being exalted in character or ideals or conduct phenomenal marvellous avid - Emotionally desirable avid ambition to succeed excellent spectacular prodigious grand brilliant illustrious - Widely known and esteemed notable - Worthy of notice respected impressive splendid formidable - Extremely impressive in strength or excellence prowess superior
  4. 4. terrific tremendous wondrous - Extraordinarily good wonderful sublime - Inspiring awe, Lifted up or set high flair - natural talent paramount - Having superior power and influence predominant prevailingTo show intelligence profound shrewd – hardheaded (practical experience and observation) intelligence astute acumen - Shrewdness shown by keen insight insightful mastermindTo intensify incredibly exceedingly extremely extraordinarily utterly - Completely and without qualification; used informally as absolutely dramaticallySaid enounced, enunciated - Speak, pronounce, or utter in a certain way pronounced - Speak, pronounce, or utter in a certain way articulated - Express or state clearly vocalized - Express or state clearly posited - Put firmly stated expressed reported alleged - Declared but not proved averred - Report or maintain, To declare or affirm in a grave manner and formally as true affirmed, assertedNoted (said)
  5. 5. remarked denoted - Be a sign or indication of, "Her smile denoted that she agreed" observed commented mentioned referred announced noticedPrecisely explicitly accurately expressly exactly incisivelyNumerous innumerable many various several diverse umpteen umteen myriad (noun and adj.)Praise extol - (v) Praise, glorify, or honor exalt glorify laud proclaim revere idolize worship venerate