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Powerful Words to Use in Presentations: Ultra Long List

Powerful Words to Use in Presentations: Ultra Long List

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“Power words are persuasive words and phrases that evoke a positive or negative emotional response. Our selection of verbs, adjectives, and adverbs can convey different emotions from slight excitement to rightful outrage. That’s why public speakers, authors, and copywriters always carefully choose their words to convey the right idea and sentiment. ”

“List of powerful verbs to make your language more persuasive:

  • Advance
  • Accelerate
  • Aspire
  • Amplify
  • Alter
  • Achieve
  • Maintain
  • Encourage
  • Entice
  • Intrigue
  • Believe
  • Regard
  • Convince
  • Boost
  • Ignite
  • Unite
  • Transpire
  • Surge
  • Swell
  • Disrupt
  • Rejuvenate
  • Hamper
  • Sabotage
  • Jeopardize
  • Gain
  • Derive
  • Act
  • Smash
  • Transform
  • Improve
  • Soar
  • Supercharge
  • Engage
  • Report
  • Update
  • Change
  • Explore
  • Refine
  • Dream
  • Re-define
  • Strategize
  • Inspire
  • Bolster
  • Propel
  • Nudge
  • Spark
  • Contend
  • Fulfill
  • Actualize
  • Maximize
  • Capture
  • Achieve
  • Reinforce
  • Impart

Powerful Adjectives to Use In Your Presentation

The goal of adjectives is to reinforce your nouns and verbs. Use them to convey specific emotions and set the scene for the audience.

But be sparring. You are not writing a novel. Too many adjectives can make your slide deck look cluttered, as you’d have to skim on white space to fit longer sentences. Also, excessive use of adjectives can muddle the main idea behind your key statements.

Below is our quick collection of power adjectives you can use to punch up your presentation:

Power Words for Motivation

  • Awe-inspiring
  • Astounding
  • Rare
  • Exquisite
  • Jubilant
  • Blissful
  • Brilliant
  • Dynamic
  • Burgeoning
  • Breathtaking
  • Accomplished
  • Successful
  • Ardent
  • Eager
  • Livid
  • Enterprising
  • Venturesome
  • Ambitious
  • Go-getting
  • Life-changing
  • Empowering
  • Encouraging
  • Rival
  • Lofty
  • Daring
  • Bold
  • Impressive
  • Remarkable
  • Stunning
  • Baffling
  • Monumental
  • Admirable
  • Sensational
  • Incredible

Power Words for Sales (Adjectives)

  • Affordable
  • Rich
  • Cost-effective
  • Exorbitant
  • Knock-out
  • Valuable
  • Attainable
  • Science-proofed
  • Bargain
  • Massive
  • Discounted
  • Attractive
  • Noteworthy
  • Limited-time
  • Fully-booked
  • Refundable
  • Negotiable
  • Below market average
  • Too-good-to-miss
  • Subsidized
  • Upscale
  • Luxurious
  • Budget-friendly
  • Optimal
  • Exclusive
  • Time-sensitive
  • Tempting
  • Efficacious
  • Economical
  • Attainable
  • Sensible
  • Stylish
  • Unique
  • Profitable

Power Adjectives to Persuade

  • Certified
  • Verified
  • Risk-free
  • Effective
  • Tested
  • Proven
  • Solution-oriented
  • Vetted
  • Guaranteed
  • Non-negotiable
  • Quality-controlled
  • Reliable
  • Legitimate
  • Lifetime
  • Expert
  • Market-tested
  • No-fail
  • Foolproof
  • Flawless
  • Absolute
  • Surefire
  • Steady
  • Conclusive
  • Ingenious
  • Innovative
  • Advanced
  • Cutting-edge
  • Superior
  • Exceptional
  • Game-changing
  • Ground-breaking
  • Flagship
  • Warranted
  • Promised
  • Protected
  • Assured
  • Collateralized
  • Bankable
  • Popular
  • Promising
  • Painless
  • Diciest
  • Tamperproof
  • Immutable

Coherence Markers

Coherence Markers to Use in a Presentation

  • Now do it
  • So go ahead
  • Because
  • Due to
  • That’s why
  • Given that
  • Here’s the deal:
  • That’s right
  • Ditto
  • By contrast
  • Big news:
  • Even so
  • Beyond that
  • Why?
  • For starters
  • Likewise
  • What’s the bottom line?
  • You might be wondering
  • By now you should
  • Better still…
  • The general conclusion is that
  • Compound this with
  • What does this mean for you?
  • Inferring from above
  • Just imagine
  • You’ve tried everything. But
  • You start to worry that
  • Let me guess
  • Admit it
  • What’s the catch?
  • Or is it?
  • I know that’s what you’re thinking, right?
  • But one thing’s for sure
  • Let me say this straight
  • Now consider it this way
  • It gest better (or worse)
  • But here’s the kicker
  • As if that’s not enough
  • Best of all

Metaphors  

Check our complete guide to using metaphors in presentations for more insights. Or swipe of some of the examples from our list below:

Metaphors for Professional Presentations

  • Zeus-like
  • Drag-and-drop interfaces
  • To be worth waiting for
  • Glue for the Internet
  • To stay afloat
  • Off the shelf
  • Custom-made
  • To get up to speed
  • App-like functionality
  • blue ocean / red ocean
  • Bumps on the road
  • Jump on the bandwagon
  • Tossed its cap
  • The veneer on the credenza.
  • Moonshot project
  • More complicated than one-color puzzles.
  • Lion-tamer-sky-diver fun
  • Pack a punch
  • At the foothold of new
  • Buckets of questions
  • Going against the grain
  • The epitome of something else
  • From full throttle to a halt”

 

Posted on: June 17, 2021, 6:49 am Category: Uncategorized

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