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What are the other interesting and amusing adjectives I can use to improve a speech or conversation instead of using good and/or very good? These adjectives seem to be kind of boring and excessively used.

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  • You could try looking up synonyms for frabjous (or supercalifragilisticexpialidocious if you really want to push the boat out! :) But this is really an open-ended question, based on personal opinion. – FumbleFingers Mar 3 '18 at 14:37
  • I wrote a note here about alternatives to "good" in the context of technical writing with discussion and examples pulled from the literature. You'll find some more precise alternatives there (but you won't find any terms with strong emotional content, simply because they'd be inappropriate in that context). – Chemomechanics Mar 3 '18 at 23:41

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