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BlitZ, The 57th

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#1 9 years ago

Does anyone know of a website that has a long list of verbs that expresses movement and facial movements? Like stride, sashay, grin and snort. I googled but all of the websites are giving me these search bars. I want to print 'em out so I can remember specifically which word does what and not, and use it like a thesaurus :D be it composition, writing shorts or just trying to act smart online. Another reason is because I SOMETIMES GET CONFUSED. I would read a novel and then they place this certain facial verb like e.g. grin (again because I can't think of any other) I'd have to read like 2-3 sentences before getting a rough idea of what the word is.




MrFancypants Forum Admin

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#2 9 years ago

You could just write those words down whenever you encounter them. Or think of a bunch of words and look for alternatives in a thesaurus.




Mr. Pedantic

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#3 9 years ago

Can't you just use a dictionary? That's not so hard as trying to find a huge list of verbs online. I doubt anyone would be that accommodating, or have that much spare time on their hands.




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#4 9 years ago

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It's called a dictionary, use it.




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#5 9 years ago

You mean things like onomatopoeias?