Words to use instead of ‘Very’
The girl looks gorgeous in that gown. (very beautiful)
Remember to keep yourself warm. The weather is freezing today. (very cold)
He was overjoyed to realize that he had won the lottery. (very happy)
The puppy is so adorable that I can’t take my eyes off from it. (very cute)
I had a scrumptious meal at my uncle’s restaurant. (very tasty)
Idioms about food
I was happy to pass the exam, the high mark was just the icing on the cake. (Something good that is added to another good thing)
The new Justin Bieber’s album sold like hot cakes. (To sell quickly)
He looks as cool as a cucumber on any occasion. (To remain calm)
It’s no good crying over spilt milk, what’s done is done. (To complain about something that has already happened)
People say I’m nutty as a fruitcake to run this project. (To be slightly crazy)
Talking about diseases
He has got the flu and called in sick this morning.
I have an upset stomach after breakfast.
Kate had diarrhea after eating spicy food.
My grandpa couldn’t talk after he had a stroke.
My legs have been cramping up since last night.
Her diet changed because she had diabetes.