Other ways to say ‘bad’ in writing

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Over 200 silly, randomly generated sentences

“Oh, dear god!” He blurted victoriously. “They are hangning just fine!” He ground carefully. “See you in church!” He shrieked clearly. “Get liquored up!” He crowed defiantly. “Give me strength!” He shrieked repeatedly. “Drive the big bus!” He whispered gracefully. “What the devil!” He demanded annually. “Why the long face!” He asked cruelly. “Sweetness!” He reminded poorly. “Get fucked!” He muttered quickly. “Never fear!” He argued tenderly. “Not in this life!” He snarled rudely….

Randomly generated speech and dialog tags

Here is a list of randomly generated speech/dialog tags. He acknowledged accidentally. He acknowledged sternly. He admitted angrily. He admitted successfully. He agreed annually. He agreed suddenly. He angled anxiously. He angled suspiciously. He answered awkwardly. He answered swiftly. He argued badly. He argued tenderly. He asked blindly. He asked tensely. He babbled boastfully. He babbled thoughtfully. He barked boldly. He barked tightly. He begged bravely. He begged tomorrow. He bellowed…

Long list of speech tags for writers

Here is a useful list of speech tags for writers. Speech tags label dialog and are ways of describing the dialog, for example: he said, she asked. They sometimes tell how people are speaking. Check out this website for some very useful information on speech tags and dialog. Acknowledged Admitted Agreed Angled Answered Argued Asked Babbled Barked Begged Bellowed Bemoaned Blurted Blustered Bragged Breathed Called Clipped Commented Complained Confessed Cried Croaked Crooned Crowed…