9 thoughts on “Ways to say "said"

  1. “Abjure” is a funny one because it does mean to rebuke, but it is never used in the same way as said. You wouldn't find,” “That's nonsense,” he abjured.”

    However, “banter” works for me, so I owe you a prize.

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  2. assumed
    accepted
    advertised
    agonized
    appealed
    arranged
    beamed
    beckoned
    blurted
    bargained
    commanded
    condemned
    confered
    confided
    estimated
    encouraged
    exposed
    expressed
    finished
    gawped
    greived
    indicated
    invited
    instructed
    justified
    keened
    leered
    lilted
    maintained
    mimicked
    notified
    necessitated
    prayed
    presented
    provoked
    publicized
    quaked
    quivered
    quizzed
    reassured
    ranted
    related
    restated
    ruled
    reasoned
    rejoiced
    released
    remarked
    requiered
    shared
    shuddered
    snivelled
    solicited
    sought
    spluttered
    supposed
    thundered
    transferred
    transmitted
    trembled
    trumpeted
    understood
    undertook
    vowed
    verified
    vouched for
    wept
    whimpered
    whined
    yawped

    i am not sure whether thay are all right but yup 😛

    AB S3

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