Top 10 Least Creative WordsLet's remind us of the words we are tired to hear over and over again. This list is not only about online comments, but also prose and real-life conversations.
Also note that least creative is not the same as most overused. Here we are talking about words that people say with a routine without ever thinking how to say it in a different way.
The Top Ten
I usually stick to excellent as it sounds less childish, I do use this word sometimes though just so that it won't get too much of one word - darthvadern
I've never known this word until I started reading in English online (I am not from an English-speaking country), it's not taught in English (as foreign language) coursebooks. The first two pages of Best Song of All Time contain the word awesome 34 times. - Alkadikce
Especially in informative T.V. programmes - Alkadikce
Least creative reply in conversations with somebody you caught up on the street. (some average sentence) I've just finished reading the book you gave me for Christmas. Really?
It seems really is just a way to avoid staying in silence. It doesn't help the conversation move on. - Alkadikce
Although the word itself is bland, the origin of its slang-like meaning is quite interesting. But this word still sucks.
This word sucks!
It does get repetitve to be fair
Zootopia is so ove...(ok I won't say it) - darthvadern
At the beginning I thought awkward was the same as awesome. This proves that this word if often used in inappropriate context due to poor vocabulary. - Alkadikce
Horrid, horrible, awful, dreadful, gruesome. I could name five similar words without a thesaurus without being a native English speaker, this proves that people don't even think what word to use before saying 'terrible". After checking a thesaurus: direful, horrendous, disastrous, ghastly, atrocious. - Alkadikce
People seem to use "terrible" more than "horrible", at least I do so, but that, I will change for now - darthvadern
Does this word even have a meaning or it just gives you time to think? Two versions of the same sentence in an interview:
Version 1: I am actually a more extrovert and outgoing person.
Version 2: I am (2 seconds of silence) a more extrovert and outgoing person. - Alkadikce
The one word that we didn't need actually to be fair - darthvadern
Actually is another way of saying "In fact".
Small sister of awesome. - Alkadikce
Better than awesomne, but what does the amazon have to do with positive? - darthvadern
I didn't include overrated because there's a lack of possibilities (at least for me) to say its meaning in a different way. In this case: needs more attention, depriciated, misjudged, misunderestimated... - Alkadikce
Eh, not too bad, overratet is worse I guess - darthvadern
Chuckle sounds like something negative but it seems like a positive for some reason - darthvadern
I feel like every second word in a novel is chuckled, muttered, stared or cried. - Alkadikce
I don't know if they do it in other schools, but when I was growing up, my teacher always encouraged us not to use the word "nice" as an adjective. All of us had a tendency to overuse it. - Gg2000
UGH dis word is so boring it easily the least creative on de list
This is literally the most over used word at my school. Literally everyone uses it in every sentence. It's literally the worst. - Cyri
It is just another word for believe, but worse because it is used by religious authorities to get money off people and scare them into submission - germshep24
This word makes me question my faith in humanity, am I right? - darthvadern
Yes, you are, but your comment helped me to restore my faith in humanity that there are still people who do not use their faith in humanity every minute. - Alkadikce
Sheldon... - Cyri
This is a great addition to the list. Ask any person on the street to say a random word, most will say apple. - Alkadikce
Oh these singers today suck because they're actually overrated rely on autotune to sing well so they really do suck not like the 1980-1990s which are awesome, amazing and nice. - chuckled the absolutely edgy teen on TheTopTens. - Alkadikce
I'm fine with autotune as a tool, but not a crutch. - Cyri
I have also heard it applied even to singers who don’t actually use it anyway.