How do you describe someone who is kind-hearted?
If you describe someone as kind-hearted, you mean that they are kind, caring, and generous. He was a warm, generous and kind-hearted man.
What are different ways to say ask?
WORDS RELATED TO ASK
What is the antonym for excessive?
What is the opposite of excessive?
What is the definition of too much?
1 : wonderful, exciting That rock concert was too much! 2 : terrible, awful. much. adverb. more; most.
What is a word for someone who is good with words?
Someone who is good with words is “eloquent”.
What is another word for too much work?
What is another word for overwork?
|overtax oneself||sweat blood|
|work too hard||overburden oneself|
|overload oneself||strain yourself|
|do too much||work like a horse|
What does excessively mean in English?
excessive, immoderate, inordinate, extravagant, exorbitant, extreme mean going beyond a normal limit. excessive implies an amount or degree too great to be reasonable or acceptable. excessive punishment immoderate implies lack of desirable or necessary restraint.
What is extensive vocabulary?
An extensive vocabulary aids expression and communication. Vocabulary size has been directly linked to reading comprehension. Linguistic vocabulary is synonymous with thinking vocabulary. A person may be judged by others based on his or her vocabulary.
What does extensively mean?
In an extensive manner, widely. He has read and traveled extensively. extensively(Adverb) To a great extent. He became more extensively involved than he intended.
What type of word is extensively?
EXTENSIVELY (adverb) definition and synonyms | Macmillan Dictionary.
What is a word for kind-hearted?
Find another word for kindhearted. In this page you can discover 16 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for kindhearted, like: merciful, compassionate, generous, altruistic, humane, good, benign, kind-hearted, goodhearted, kind and beneficent.
What is another word for said happily?
Happy Words to Use Instead of “Said”
What’s a word for asking too much?
What is another word for ask too much of?
|be too much for||push to the limit|
What words can I use instead of as?
What is another word for as?
|inasmuch as||seeing as|
|seeing that||as long as|
How do you describe someone who is good at talking?
This is an adjective. Someone who is able to speak (not speech, “speech” is the noun) very well and uses words effectively to influence people could be said to be persuasive. A colloquial adjective: silver-tongued.
What is it called when someone keeps asking you questions?
Someone who is inquisitive asks a lot of questions and is genuinely curious about things. They might take it a little too far, but it’s a very weak negative connotation and one that doesn’t really apply when you’re in any context related to learning.
What is sophisticated vocabulary?
An advanced and elaborate set of instructions; a computer with a sophisticated vocabulary can go beyond the more common mathematical calculations such as addition, multiplication, and subtraction, and perform operations such as linearize, extract square root, and select highest number.
What’s a big word for smart?
What is another word for smart?
What is another word for excessive?
Some common synonyms of excessive are exorbitant, extravagant, extreme, immoderate, and inordinate. While all these words mean “going beyond a normal limit,” excessive implies an amount or degree too great to be reasonable or acceptable.
What do you call someone who takes but never gives?
a person who takes advantage of others’ generosity without giving anything in return. Usage: If the person is a friend you would often just call them needy.
What do you call a person who always wants more?
insatiable Definitions and Synonyms. adjective. UK /ɪnˈseɪʃəb(ə)l/
What is it called when you have a lot of something?
copious. adjective. formal large, or in large amounts.
What’s an antonym for excessive?
Words popularity by usage frequency
What is an excessive person?
The definition of excessive is something or someone that goes beyond what is normal, acceptable or necessary.
What can I say instead of asked?
Verbs to Use Instead of “Asked”
|Words to Substitute|
|begged beseeched entreated inquired interrogated prayed pleaded pled||petitioned proposed queried questioned requested solicited suggested wondered|