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Do you collect words? Many writers do. I know a writer who carries a notebook with her and records luscious words she encounters so she can use them in the books she writes, and in fact her novels feature such a beautiful vocabulary they are a pleasure to read. Using just the right word in just the right moment provides a thrill for writer and reader alike.

“He was mad.” “He was mad!” “He was very mad.” “He was infuriated.”

“She was sad.” “She was really sad.” “She felt empty.”

Aren’t those bolded sentences stronger than the others? Don’t you understand him, and her, much better? And just as important, aren’t those sentences much more interesting? I want to know why she feels empty! The fact that he is infuriated injects energy into whatever surrounds that sentence.

It also becomes boring to read about red roses, “bright red” lipstick, or mocha skin, when there are so many brilliant color words! Take a trip to a paint store and look at the varied (and sometimes crazy) names of colors, but choose carefully. Sangria lipstick … well, both weird and confusing. Berry lipstick, yes. (See a whole bunch of color words below!)

Find words for specific emotions, evocative colors, and strong verbs to make your sentences alive in your readers’ minds. Another benefit of seeking stronger words is that you step outside cliche; alabaster skin is so commonly used for pale white skin that most people only think of skin when they hear or read the word alabaster, right? Boring, and you do not want to be a boring writer — obviously, because you’ve read this entire post.

Copy editing can not only enrich and elevate your writing, it can also be a kind of teacher! If you study careful, artful copy editing, you’ll learn where your writing tends to go soft and how to make it sing. I care a lot about good writing—I’m enthusiastic about it, exuberant about it—and also about helping my clients learn how to think critically about their own writing. Get in touch today to talk about your work and how we might collaborate to make it sing a little louder. Email me at lori@clearvoiceeditors.com!

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List Of Feeling Words &Amp; Positive Affirmations For Success

Affirmations are one of the most powerful ways to create a vibration match for what you want to attract into your life.

Every thought we think is creating our future. –Louise L. Hay

Affirmations are one of the most powerful ways to create a vibration match for what you want to attract into your life.

Every thought you think and every word you say is an affirmation. Your thoughts and words are declarations of who you think you are and how you perceive the world to be.

Strong positive affirmations are powerful means of self-transformation and they are a key element in the creation of the life you desire. They work by purposely replacing the limiting ideas, negative beliefs and self-talk that you have taken on and internalized over the years with positive statements that assert who you want to be and how you want to experience life.

Below I have included a list of positive feeling word that you may want to use when creating your daily affirmations.  Remember, when creating affirmations you want to create positive, self-affirming, self-empowering statements that uplift and inspire you – that raise your emotional set point.

List of Positive Feeling Words for Affirmations and Law of Attraction Work

Here are some examples of positive affirmations:

I am celebrating feeling light and alive at my perfect bodyweight of one thirty-five.

I am enjoying the thrill of flying.

I am attracting joy into my life.

I am confidently expressing myself openly and honestly.

I am feeling exhilarated, agile and alive.

I am effectively communicating my needs and desires to my loving partner.

I am looking around me at the faces of the people I am helping and I am thrilled to know that I have made a difference in their life.

I am feeling relaxed and grateful to be sitting here in Hawaii with my toes buried in the warm sand, feeling the warmth of the sun on my face.

And if you really want to take your life to the next level, I suggest putting into place daily affirmations. Use this powerful tool (and my free gift to you!) so you can re-create your self-image, replace your limiting beliefs, and achieve success.

Related Reading:

Visualization Techniques to Affirm Your Desired Outcomes

Practice Changing Meaning Through Using Strong And Weak Forms

English is a stress-time language which means that some words are stressed and others are not when speaking. Generally, content words such as nouns and principal verbs are stressed, while structure words such as articles, helping verbs, etc. are not.

The Structure of Words

A number of structure words have both weak and strong pronunciation. As a rule, the structure will take the weak pronunciation which means that the vowel becomes muted. For example, take a look at these sentences:

Here are these two sentences with accented words in italics.

‘Can’, and ‘from’ and ‘is’ are unaccented and the vowel is very weak. This weak vowel sound is often referred to as a schwa. In the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) the schwa is represented as an upside-down ‘e’. It is, however, also possible to use these words with a strong form. Take a look at the same structure words, but used with strong pronunciation:

In these two sentences, the placement at the end of the sentence calls for the strong pronunciation of the word. In other cases, the usually unaccented word becomes accented as a means of stressing that something is contrary to what is understood by others. Look at these two sentences in a dialogue.

You aren’t interested in coming next week, are you?

Yes, I AM interested in coming!

Try the following exercise to practice both the weak and strong form. Write two sentences: One sentence using the weak form, and one using the strong form. Try practicing these sentences taking care to quickly glide over the vowel in the weak form, or pronouncing the vowel or diphthong sound firmly in the strong form. Here are a few examples:

I’ve heard you have a company in the city. No, I work FOR a company in the city.

What are you looking for?

She is our sister.

OUR sister is so talented!

Practice Activity

Decide how the word indicated would change the meaning in the following sentences when using the strong form. Practice saying each sentence aloud alternating between weak and strong forms. Do you notice how the meaning changes through stress?

I am an English teacher in Portland, Oregon. – strong ‘am’

I am an English teacher from Portland, Oregon. – strong ‘from’

He said that she should see a doctor. – strong ‘should’

They were able to find a job despite the difficult market. – strong ‘were’

Do you know where he comes from? – strong ‘do’

I’ll give the assignment to them. – strong ‘them’

She’s one of our most valued students. – strong ‘our’

I’d like Tom and Andy to come to the party. – strong ‘and’

Answers

I AM an English teacher … = It’s true even though you don’t believe it.

…. teacher FROM Portland, Oregon. = That’s my home city, but not necessarily where I live and teach now.

They WERE able to find a job … = It was possible for them though you think not.

DO you know where … = Do you know the answer to this question or not?

… the assignment to THEM. = Not you, the others.

She’s one of OUR most valued students. = She is one of us, not of you or them.

… Tom AND Andy … = Not only Tom, don’t forget Andy.

Here are some of the most common words that have weak/strong pronunciations. Generally speaking, use the week form (schwa) pronunciation of these words unless they are stressed by coming at the end of a sentence or due to unnatural stress made to facilitate understanding.

Common Weak and Strong Words

Unscramble Strong, Scrabble Word Finder For Strong

Unscramble Strong

Unscrambling strong through our powerful word unscrambler yields 43 different words. 43 anagrams of strong were found by unscrambling letters in S T R O N G.

The words from letters S T R O N G are grouped by number of letters of each word. Total 43 unscrambled words are categorized as follows;

S T R O N G are grouped by number of letters of each word. Total 43 unscrambled words are categorized as follows;

We all love word games, don’t we? Everyone from young to old loves word games. We remember the days when we used to play in the family, when we were driving in the car and we played the word derivation game from the last letter. Whether you play Scrabble or Text Twist or Word with Friends, they all have similar rules. But sometimes it annoys us when there are words we can’t figure out. Actually, what we need to do is get some help unscrambling words. Some people call it cheating, but in the end, a little help can’t be said to hurt anyone. After all, getting help is one way to learn. What you need to do is enter the letters you are looking for in the above text box and press the search key. For example have you ever wonder what words you can make with these letters STRONG. Our word unscrambler or in other words anagram solver can find the answer with in the blink of an eye and say 43 words found by unscrambling these letters STRONG.

Playing word games is a joy.

Most unscrambled words found in list of 3 letter words. Strong is 6 letter word. strong has 10 definitions. Definitions of strong can be found below;

Definitions of strong

strong having strength or power greater than average or expected

adj

all

strong not faint or feeble

adj

all

potent having or wielding force or authority

adj

all

potent having a strong physiological or chemical effect

adj

all

impregnable immune to attack; incapable of being tampered with

adj

all

solid of good quality and condition; solidly built

adj

all

strong of verbs not having standard (or regular) inflection

adj

all

hard being distilled rather than fermented; having a high alcoholic content

adj

all

strong freshly made or left

adj

all

firm strong and sure

adj

all

See definition of strong in Merriam Webster

Words from letters S T R O N G

Words that made from letters S T R O N G can be found below.

6 letter words made by unscrambling strong

1 different 6 letter words made by unscrambling letters from strong listed below.

strong

5 letter words made by unscrambling strong

4 different 5 letter words made by unscrambling letters from strong listed below.

snort

grots

trogs

tongs

4 letter words made by unscrambling strong

15 different 4 letter words made by unscrambling letters from strong listed below.

orts

rots

sort

tors

snot

tons

torn

sorn

togs

grot

trog

tong

nogs

snog

song

3 letter words made by unscrambling strong

16 different 3 letter words made by unscrambling letters from strong listed below.

sot

ort

rot

tor

ors

not

ton

nos

ons

son

nor

got

tog

gos

gor

nog

2 letter words made by unscrambling strong

7 different 2 letter words made by unscrambling letters from strong listed below.

to

os

so

or

no

on

go

Unscrambled two word anagrams of strong

Below list contains anagrams of strong made by using two different word combinations.

We couldn’t find any two word anagrams of strong.

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