English Synonyms: Making Small Words Big
Whenever one starts learning English (or for us native speakers too), it’s easy to get comfortable with certain words and that means you tend to use them over and over again. So I’ve put together a quick list of English synonyms for some of the most commonly used baby words (words that are small and not that sophisticated). Don’t get me wrong it’s ok to use baby words, just not all the time. If you happen to be preparing for an English speaking exam, then you definitely want to mix up the words you use, hence you need English Synonyms.
English Synonyms for “I like”
Original Sentence- I like apples
I Prefer -I prefer an apple or I’d prefer an apple. or I would prefer an apple.
I Enjoy -I enjoy apples.
Something I truly enjoy -Apples are something I truly enjoy. or I truly enjoy apples.
My preference is -My preference is apples.
Whenever I get the chance/opportunity -Whenever I get the opportunity, I eat apples.
One of my favorite things -One of my favorite thing is to eat apples. Apples are one of my favorite things.
English Synonyms for “happy”
Original Sentence- I am happy or I feel happy.
Cheerful -I am cheerful. or I feel cheerful.
Joyful -I am joyful. or I feel joyful. (very happy)
Jovial -I am jovial. or I feel jovial. (very happy)
Delighted -I am delighted. or I feel delighted. (very happy)
Content- I am content. or I feel content.
Radiant- I am radiant. or I feel radiant. (very happy)
Pleased -I am pleased or I feel pleased.
English Synonyms for “sad”
Original Sentence- I am sad or I feel sad
Unhappy– I am unhappy. or I feel unhappy.
Sorrowful – I am sorrowful. or I feel sorrowful. (very sad)
Dejected– I am dejected. or I feel dejected. (very sad)
Miserable– I am miserable. or I feel miserable.
Despondent – I am despondent. or I feel despondent. (very sad)
Glum– I am glum, or I feel glum.
Gloomy – I am gloomy. or I feel gloomy.
Melancholy – I am melancholy. or I feel melancholy.
Crestfallen – I am crestfallen. or I feel crestfallen
English Synonyms for “angry”
Original Sentence- I am angry
Irate – I am irate. (very angry)
Cross– I am cross.
Irked– I am irked.
English Synonyms for “big”
Original Sentence- It’s big.
Large– It’s large.
Immense– It’s immense.
Gigantic – It’s gigantic.
Substantial– It’s substantial.
Enormous– It’s enormous.
Huge– It’s huge.
Vast– It’s vast.
Colossal– It’s colossal.
Monumental– It’s monumental.
English Synonyms for “small”
Original Sentence – It’s small.
Little– It’s little.
Compact– It’s compact.
Tiny– It’s tiny
Miniature– It’s miniature.
English Synonyms for “not important”
Original Sentence- It’s not important.
Insignificant– It’s insignificant.
Unimportant– It’s unimportant.
Trivial– It’s trivial.
Insignificant– It’s insignificant.
Inconsequential – It’s inconsequential.
Negligible– It’s negligible.
English Synonyms for “ important”
Original Sentence- It’s important.
Influential– It’s influential.
Essential– It’s essential.
Valuable– It’s valuable.
Vital– It’s vital.
Indispensable– It’s indispensable.
Crucial– It’s crucial.
Foremost– It’s foremost.
Critical– It’s critical.
Paramount– It’s paramount.
Pertinent– It’s pertinent.
English Synonyms for “good”
Original Sentence – That’s good.
Enjoyable– That’s enjoyable.
Pleasant– That’s pleasant.
Agreeable– That’s agreeable.
Pleasurable – That’s pleasurable.
Delightful– That’s delightful.
Great– That’s great.
Lovely– That’s lovely.
English Synonyms for “bad”
Original Sentence – That’s bad.
Inferior– That’s inferior.
Inadequate– That’s inadequate.
Defective– That’s defective.
Imperfect– That’s imperfect.
Substandard – That’s substandard.
Faulty – That’s faulty.
Unacceptable– That’s unacceptable.
English Synonyms for “not good”
Original Sentence- This is not good.
Unfavorable– This is unfavorable.
Adverse– This is adverse.
Disadvantageous -This is disadvantageous.
Unsuitable – This is unsuitable.
English Synonyms for “ many”
Original Sentence- There are many apples.
Numerous – There are numerous apples.
Plenty of– There are plenty of apples.
Countless– There are countless apples.
Multitude– There are a multitude of apples.
Droves of– There are droves of apples.
English Synonyms for “hard”
Original Sentence- This is hard.
Firm– This is firm.
Solid- This is solid.
Stiff– This is stiff.
Unbreakable– This is unbreakable.
Inflexible– This is inflexible.
Impenetrable– This is impenetrable.
English Synonyms for “difficult”
Original Sentence- This is difficult.
Strenuous– This is strenuous.
Arduous – This is arduous.
Laborious– This is laborious.
Tough– This is tough.
Onerous– This is onerous.
Burdensome– This is burdensome.
English Synonyms for “easy”
Original Sentence- This is easy.
Effortless– This is effortless.
Simple– This is simple.
Elementary – This is elementary.
Painless– This is painless.
Uncomplicated– This is uncomplicated.
English Synonyms for “ want”
Original Sentence- I want an apple.
Covet– I covet an apple.
Crave– I crave an apple.
Desire– I desire an apple.
Hope for– I hope for an apple.
Wish for– I wish for an apple
Fancy– I fancy an apple.