VERY Synonym: List of 105 Useful Synonyms for Very in English 1

VERY Synonym: List of 105 Useful Synonyms for Very in English

Synonyms for Very! This lesson provides a list of very synonyms in English with ESL pictures and useful example sentences. Learn these very synonyms to improve your English vocabulary.

Very Synonym

Very Definition and Examples

Meaning of Very: 

Adverb: To a very high extent, order or degree

Example.

  • “I am very hungry susan, I feel I could eat a horse”
  • “You are very persuasive Julia, very well.”
  • “We find advertising on the radio very effective.”

Adjective: To be precise, particular; point out a particular time

Example.

  • “This is the very book he used to do his deeds, so be careful”
  • “From the very beginning, I was highly suspicious regarding this matter”
  • “This is my very first time to Singapore.”

List of Synonyms for Very

Common synonyms for the word “very”.

  • Absolutely
  • Acutely
  • Awfully (informal)
  • Decidedly
  • Deeply
  • Eminently
  • Exceedingly
  • Excessively
  • Greatly
  • Highly
  • Jolly (Br.E)
  • Noticeably
  • Particularly
  • Profoundly
  • Really
  • Remarkably
  • Seriously (informal)
  • Superlatively
  • Surpassingly
  • Terribly
  • Truly
  • Uncommonly
  • Unusually
  • Wonderfully

Big list of 105 different words you can use instead of “very”.

  • Absolutely
  • Across
  • Actually
  • Acutely
  • Altogether
  • Awful
  • Awfully (informal)
  • Badly
  • Bloody
  • Certainly
  • Completely
  • Considerably
  • Decidedly
  • Deeply
  • Definitely
  • Downright
  • Dreadfully
  • Eminently
  • Enormously
  • Entirely
  • Equally
  • Especially
  • Even
  • Exactly
  • Exceedingly
  • Exceptionally
  • Excessively
  • Extensively
  • Extra
  • Extraordinarily
  • Extremely
  • Fairly
  • Full
  • Fully
  • Genuinely
  • Great
  • Greatly
  • High
  • Highly
  • Hugely
  • Immensely
  • Incredibly
  • Indeed
  • Infinitely
  • Intensely
  • Jolly (Br.E)
  • Just
  • Largely
  • Long
  • Lot of
  • Lots
  • Many
  • Mightily
  • Mighty
  • Most
  • Notably
  • Noticeably
  • Okay
  • Overly
  • Particularly
  • Perfectly
  • Plenty
  • Positively
  • Powerfully
  • Pretty
  • Profoundly
  • Quite
  • Rather
  • Rattling
  • Real
  • Really
  • Remarkably
  • Right
  • Selfsame
  • Seriously
  • Seriously (informal)
  • Significantly
  • Similar
  • So
  • So much
  • Somewhat
  • Still
  • Strikingly
  • Substantially
  • Super
  • Superlatively
  • Sure
  • Surpassingly
  • Surprisingly
  • Terribly
  • Thoroughly
  • Throughout
  • Too
  • Totally
  • Truely
  • Truly
  • Truly
  • Uncommonly
  • Unequivocally
  • Unusually
  • Utterly
  • Vastly
  • Very much
  • Well
  • Wonderfully

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VERY Synonym: List of 24 Useful Synonyms for Very in English

Synonyms for Very

Very Synonyms with Examples

Learn another word for very with example sentences.

  • Absolutely

Poor thing! You look absolutely dreadful!

  • Acutely

He was acutely aware of the odour of cooking oil.

  • Awfully (informal)

It’s awfully dark in here: put the light on.

  • Decidedly

She was decidedly cool about the proposal.

  • Deeply

My father was a deeply compassionate man.

  • Eminently

Woods is eminently suitable for the job.

  • Exceedingly

Physical perfection in a human being is exceedingly rare.

  • Excessively

He became excessively annoyed at newspaper reports.

  • Greatly

Our stock of food is greatly depleted.

  • Highly

His analysis is in many ways highly persuasive.

  • Jolly (Br.E)

 It was jolly lucky it didn’t rain.

  • Noticeably

The children were noticeably affected by the divorce.

  • Particularly

These plants are particularly useful for brightening up shady areas.

  • Profoundly

She was profoundly scarred by her father’s suicide.

  • Really

I feel really guilty at forgetting her birthday again.

  • Remarkably

She plays the violin remarkably well.

  • Seriously (informal)

 I’m seriously considering the possibility of emigrating.

  • Superlatively

The company has been superlatively successful this year.

  • Surpassingly

She was a surpassingly beautiful woman.

  • Terribly

My son’s terribly untidy; my daughter’s no different.

  • Truly 

It was a truly memorable experience.

  • Uncommonly

Mary was uncommonly good at tennis.

  • Unusually

He was an unusually complex man.

  • Wonderfully

All the hospital staff were wonderfully supportive.

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VERY Synonym: List of 24 Useful Synonyms for Very in English

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