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If I understand your question correctly, you are looking for descriptive words that explain a particular action. Assuming you are looking for verbs, here are a few: … catapulted spring/sprang (as in, "She saw the burning building and sprang into action.") dove (as in, "He dove into a pile of brambles before realizing he would get pricked.") bewilder (as in, "I bewilder my opponent with my crafty moves.") vault Descriptive action words are the ones that instantly bring an image to mind. When you hear "catapulted," it is easy to conjure the image of someone or something being launched into a situation. Ah...launched! Another good action word.
Hi, I am the author of COME HOME BARKLEY. Barkley is the story of a cute little dog whose family moves from New York to Indiana. Barkley is supposed to go by plan…e to his new home, but he gets loose at the airport, and he spends the rest of the book trying to find his people. If you would like to know more about me or my books, please go to www.marilyndanderson.com Sincerely, Marilyn D. Anderson
blurted, screamed, yelled, replied, answered, whispered, told, wailed, announced, called, asked, commanded, complained, ordered, explained, mentioned, responded, scolded, spo…ke, uttered. :)
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A descriptive word would be an adjective.
yes "indescribable" is indeed a description word!
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Some words to describe school are:newoldprivatepublicsmalllargearttechnicaldramaelectronicsbusinesslawengineeringevangelicalmagnetcharterparochialelementarymiddlehighboardingm…ilitarygraduatemedicalon-line
A sketch or account of anything in words; a portraiture or representation in language; an enumeration of the essential qualities of a thing or species.The act of describing; a… delineation by marks or signs.A set of characteristics by which someone or something can be recognized.
Adjectives hope this helps!
callous, consolidated, dense, firm, impenetrable, rigid, solid, stiff, tough
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A Russian is a style of serving in food.
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