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Is Interesting good or bad?

Is Interesting good or bad?

Interesting is a very neutral word. It implies that something caught and held your attention, without saying what that thing was, or whether it was good or bad. It usually indicates mild interest, not extreme interest. In an informative tech presentation, it is probably a good thing.

Which is stronger quite or very?

When quite is placed in front of an adjective or adverb, it adds strength, but not as much strength as really or very.

How do you say the most fun?

When an adjective is long, however, we add “most” in front of the word-most intellectual. Traditionally, though, the word fun has not followed this pattern. The comparative form that is most accepted is more fun and the superlative form that is most accepted is most fun.

What word can replace very?


  • conspicuously.
  • exceedingly.
  • extremely.
  • greatly.
  • highly.
  • notably.
  • outstandingly.
  • prominently.

What are fun activities called?

gaieties. noun. old-fashioned events or activities that are fun.

What do you call fun?

Words related to fun enjoyable, pleasant, entertaining, amusing, lively, enjoyment, joke, celebration, pastime, joy, pleasure, sport, laughter, distraction, picnic, nonsense, gaiety, absurdity, playfulness, entertainment.

What can I use instead of very fast?

What is another word for very fast?

blistering blinding
lightning speedy
quick fast
flying brisk
hasty fleet

Does pretty mean very?

These are all common in American English, but we don’t only use “pretty” to mean “very” “quite” or “a lot of”. Pretty is most often used for something that exists to some degree, but is not extremely or completely true of that thing. Dropping the “attractive” part creates the American English semantic usage.

What can I say instead of fun facts?

Synonyms for Fun fact

  • entertaining fact. n.
  • factoid. n.
  • amusing fact. n.
  • curiousity.
  • curiousness.
  • curiosity. n.
  • curious.
  • fun factor. n.

How can I replace very interesting?

Explore the Words

  1. intriguing. capable of arousing interest or curiosity.
  2. exciting. creating or arousing uncontrolled emotion.
  3. fascinating. capturing interest as if by a spell.
  4. riveting. capable of arousing and holding the attention.
  5. absorbing. capable of arousing and holding the attention.
  6. amusing.
  7. diverting.
  8. engrossing.

How do you say fun professionally?


  1. amusing.
  2. enjoyable.
  3. entertaining.
  4. lively.
  5. pleasant.
  6. boisterous.
  7. convivial.
  8. merry.

What can I use instead of very beautiful?


  • alluring.
  • cute.
  • dazzling.
  • fascinating.
  • fine.
  • graceful.
  • magnificent.
  • marvelous.