It’s almost too easy.
By using sensory words to evoke sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell; smart and attractive writers just like you are able to make their words burst to life in their readers’ minds.
In this post, you’ll learn:
- The science behind sensory details (e.g. why sensory words are so persuasive);
- The definition of sensory words (plus examples);
- How answering five simple questions will help you write descriptive words that pack your content with sensory language;
- 500+ sensory words you can incorporate into your own writing (right now).
Let’s dive in.