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3. Ajectives of Trait, Emotion, Feeling, and Behaviour

Adjectives are used to avoid wordiness of description. However, it steals the feel and sight of a vivid description. It may be actually worthwhile detailing gesture, posture, phenomena, and looks to describe a mood, feeling, trait, and behaviour which is more like ‘showing’ than ‘telling’ about a a character. It is advisable to avoid overuse of adjectives and instead make the reader empathise.

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