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Other ways to say: In other words, Good luck, Happy birthday, Good night, I like it, Hurry up, Tired.

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Other Ways to Say “In Other Words”

  • To put it simply,…
  • What I mean is…
  • That is to say…
  • What I’m trying to say is…
  • Basically,…
  • To clarify,…
  • Simply put,…
  • Namely…
  • Put differently…
  • That is to say…
  • Simply put…
  • In other quarters…
  • Otherwise speaking…
  • Put another way…
  • Put it differently…
  • Put the matter another way…
  • Said differently…

Other Ways to Say “Good Luck”

Learn alternative ways to say “Good Luck” in English.

  • Best of luck!
  • Finger crossed!
  • I hope it all goes well!
  • Blow them a way!
  • Break a leg!
  • You’ll do great!
  • I hope things turn out fine.
  • Use your head.
  • Be careful.
  • Knock ‘em dead.
  • You’ll do great.
  • Let me know how it went.
  • Blow them away.

Other Ways to Say “Happy Birthday!”

  • Many happy returns!
  • Have a great one!
  • I wish you a wonderful birthday.
  • I wish you all the best on your special day.
  • Have a fabulous birthday!
  •  All the best!
  • Many more happy returns!
  • I wish you a wonderful birthday!
  • May your birthday be filled with laughter!

Other Ways to Say”Good Night”

  • Night, night!
  • Nighty night!
  • Sleep well
  • Sweet dreams!
  • Sleep tight!
  • Don’t let the bed bugs bite!

Other Ways to Say “I Like It”

Learn new ways to say “I like it”.

  • I’m really into it!
  • I’m keen on it.
  • I’m fond of it.
  • It appeals to me.
  • I’m crazy about it
  • I’m partial to it.
  • I’m attached to
  • I’m addicted to
  • I’ve grown to like it
  • I can’t get enough of
  • I’v got a soft spot for

Other Ways to Say “I don’t Like It”

  • That’s not for me.
  • I’m not into it.
  • I pass.
  • I’m not fond of it.
  • I dislike it.
  • I don’t appreciate that.
  • I’ve had enough.
  • I’m not a big fan of it.

Other Ways to Say”Hurry Up”

  • Get a move on
  • Get cracking
  • Chop-chop
  • Shake a leg
  • Come on
  • Move it
  • Let’s pick up the pace

Other Ways to Say “I’m Tired”

  • I’m whacked
  • I’m dog tired
  • I’m spent
  • I’m bushed
  • I’m exhausted
  • I’m worn out
  • I’m dead-tired
  • I’m beat

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Other Ways to Say BORING

  • Dull

E.g. The first half of the game was pretty dull.

  • Uneventful

E.g. Anna led a quiet uneventful life.

  • Dry

E.g. Government reports tend to make dry reading.

  • Stale

E.g. Their marriage had gone stale.

  • Uninteresting

E.g. The food was dull and uninteresting.

  • Monotonous

E.g. He has a monotonous voice.

  • Mind-numbing

E.g. It’s a mind-numbing conversation

  • Reptitive

E.g. Such a repetitive task!

  • Tedious

E.g. The journey soon became tedious.

  • Uninspiring

E.g. The view from the window was uninspiring.

  • Banal

E.g. This is a banal conversation about the weather.

  • Bland

E.g. This soup is too bland for me.

  • Mundane

E.g. I found the job very mundane.

  • Blah (slang)

E.g. This class is so blah.

  • Bore shitless

E.g. That book will bore you shitless.

  • Bunk

E.g. This party is bunk.

  • Beat

E.g. When we got to that party it was beat.

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Other Ways to Say BORING

Other Ways to Say UNUSUAL

  • Odd

E.g. They’re very odd people.

  • Peculiar

E.g. There was something peculiar in the way he smiled.

  • Strange

E.g. A strange thing happened this morning.

  • Uncommon

E.g. Red squirrels are uncommon in England.

  • Weird

E.g. She’s a really weird girl.

  • Atypical

E.g. The sample we studied for our research was atypical.

  • Unique

E.g. The valley has its own unique microclimate.

  • Idiosyncratic

E.g. His teaching methods are idiosyncratic but successful.

  • Special

E.g. There is something special about this place.

  • Unexpected

E.g. We had an unexpected visitor this morning.

  • Exceptional

E.g. This deadline will be extended only in exceptional circumstances.

Other Ways to Say PEACEFUL

  • Calm

E.g. Her voice was surprisingly calm.

  • Clearheaded

E.g. In business Jane was clear-headed and decisive.

  • Comfortable

E.g. It’s such a comfortable bed.

  • Content

E.g. He seemed more content, less bitter.

  • Quiet

E.g. She wanted a quiet life.

  • Relaxed

E.g. I’m feeling more relaxed about the future now.

  • Relieved

E.g. She sounded relieved.

  • Satisfied

E.g. She’s never satisfied with what she’s got.

  • Serene

E.g. She has a lovely serene face.

  • Still

E.g. The kids found it hard to stay still.

  • Tranquil

E.g. She led a tranquil life in the country.

  • Harmonious

E.g. That’s a harmonious alliance between management and workers

  • Amicable

E.g. It was an amicable divorce.

  • Nonviolent

E.g They believe only in peaceable, non-violent protest.

  • At peace

Lana seems to be more at peace with herself these days

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Other Ways to Say PEACEFUL

Other Ways to Say ATTRACTIVE

  • Beautiful

E.g. She has abeautiful voice.

  • Cute

E.g. The baby’s really cute.

  • Lovely

E.g. Such a lovely house!

  • Stunning

E.g. Mary looks absolutely stunning.

  • Gorgeous

E.g. She looks gorgeous.

  • Good-looking

E.g. He is a good-looking man.

  • Handsome

E.g. She is falling in love with a handsome guy.

  • Pretty

E.g. You should become a pretty woman.

  • Alluring

E.g. I love her alluring smile.

  • Glamorous

E.g. She led an exciting and glamorous life.

Alternative Ways to Say IMPORTANT

  • Significant

E.g. Spending time with your significant other should be high on your priority list.

  • Meaningful

E.g. They often include personal things in the ceremony to make their weddings especially meaningful.

  • Eventful

E.g. Her time at college was the most eventful period of her life.

  • Substantial

E.g. There was substantial agreement on changing policies.

  • Momentous

E.g. ‘Hello Mother’, she said, nothing said, nothing more momentous coming to mind.

Alternative Ways to Say PEACEFUL

  • Calm

E.g. He stayed calm throughout the confusion.

  • Tranquil

E.g. His private life was tranquil and happy.

  • Restful

E.g. I hope you have a restful weekend.

  • Quiet

E.g. I’ll have a quiet word with him.

  • Chill

E.g. I don’t want go to a noisy place tonight. Let’s go somewhere that’s chill.

Alternative Ways to Say DANGEROUS

  • Unsafe

E.g. Experts say unsafe buildings increased the number of deaths from the earthquake.

  • Risky

E.g. The second option was just as risky in many ways and would take much longer.

  • Perilous

E.g. Jame proved himself quite equal to the perilous situation.

  • Precarious

E.g. With a precarious tilt of the bicycle, he turned and rode off.

  • Hazardous

E.g. This ill-planned and hazardous enterprise was fraught with the elements of inevitable failure.

Alternative Ways to Say ANGRY

  • Enraged

E.g. The enraged demonstrators charged at the police, throwing rocks and Molotov cocktails.

  • Outraged

E.g. Hellen is outraged because a colleague stole her idea and then received a promotion because of it.

  • Ticked (off)

E.g. Because the employees came to work late, their boss was ticked off all day.

  • Steaming

E.g. I can’t believe I have to work three weeks without a day off. I’m steaming mad.

  • Incensed

E.g. He was so incensed; he’d try as many times as it took.

Alternative Ways to Say POWERFUL

  • Influential

E.g. The nobles and the clergy were rich and influential but kept in order by the civil power.

  • Strong

E.g. It has strong financial support.

  • Mighty

E.g. That guy was a mighty handsome stud.

  • High-powered

E.g. A high-powered Harvard law professor won the case with ridiculous ease.

  • Dominant
    E.g. He is a very dominant figure in the industry, so everyone listens to his advice

Alternative Ways to Say HELPFUL

  • Useful

E.g. This makes it useful for studying genetic history.

  • Beneficial

E.g. The changes provided beneficial ownership for its staff.

  • Charitable

E.g. The company, through its charitable foundation, pledged $5 million to the memorial.

  • Cooperative

E.g. The W-T-O says the result is a world economy that is stronger and more cooperative.

  • Advantageous

E.g. It is therefore the employment of a given capital which is most advantageous to society.

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