A vivid verb is a verb which creates a distinctive mental
picture for the reader. A vivid verb for swimming is splashing
A vivid verb for the word heard is hearing. A vivid verb is a verb which is specific and found to be interesting.
The vivid verb of got is get.
A vivid verb for the word had is possessed. Vivid verbs are verbs that are very descriptive and specific.
A vivid verb is a verb that is really descriptive. A vivid verb would be so descriptive that when it is used in a story that the reader can actually visualize it in their mind.
Magnificent is not a verb, it is an adjective, but it would qualify as "vivid", yes.
what is the vivid verb of looks , closes, moves, says, goes.
If I were the teacher grading the assignment, I would certainly accept it as a vivid verb.
Yes, to stare is a vivid verb. To articulate, to bicker, to criticize, to disagree and to educate are other examples of vivid verbs.
vivid verd for stopped
As in kill them? Annihilate is a very vivid verb- I hope that suits your purposes! Inky
Ginormous is not a verb. It is an adjective.
verb for smell (odour)
Received is more vivid than got.
No "violent" isn't a verb at all.
Yes, swimming is a verb