Vivid Verbs

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Verbs are the words which define the action in the sentence such as walking, singing, dancing, talking, eating and may more. Vivid verbs are the word which are more interesting and engaging that the commonly used verbs. Vivid verbs hold the same meaning to their common verbs. Mention here are some examples of vivid verbs in different sentences.

Accept (Sentence: Rose accepts the outcome for her action very well.)

Affirm (Sentence: She can affirm on what happened yesterday.)

Apologize (Sentence: Children should learn to apologize for their mistakes.)

Answer (Sentence: Teaches looks for answers for her questions.)

Advice (Sentence: He takes my advice always.)

Bounce (Sentence: The dog likes to bounce on the carpet.)

Chill (Sentence: Sam and his friends like to chill in the pool.)

Cook (Sentence: Betty know to cook the best cookies in the class.)

Crush (Sentence: The ice is crushed to make lemonade.)

Discover (Sentence: Lisa discovered her hidden talent.)

Echo (Sentence: I hear echo’s in the cave.)

Erupt (Sentence: The volcano on the mountains erupts sometimes.)

Flash (Sentence: The flash from the computer screen is too bright.)

Exhaust (Sentence: The fire extinguisher exhausts the fire.)

Fluctuate (Sentence: The water level of the river fluctuates in different seasons.)

Greet (Sentence: Mary likes greeting her friends on their Birthday.)

Hint (Sentence: The teacher gave the students hint about the upcoming test.)

Install (Sentence: Lizzy’s mother likes to install her sinning skills to her.)
 
Receive (Sentence: Bill receives many gifts for Christmas every year.)

Motivate (Sentence: Bright weather motivates Sam to go for a walk.)  
 
 
 
 

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