We’re all unique beings, and yet saying unique feels underwhelming and generic to me. So here is a list of 99 Words to use instead of unique! It’s time for you can say what you really mean and connect from the heart with people instead of blending in with the crowd. First things first, I have a question for you.
- By unique, do you really wish to convey that it is:
One of a kind?
Take a breath and reflect on these options for a moment. Tune in to your own context and the precise feeling of what you wish to convey. Relying on our own clarity and not copy and paste culture is the first step to showing up with an authentic energy. People smell it a mile away. 🙂
Now, let’s get you upgraded to a better word! While you’re at it, maybe bookmark this blog post. So the next time you go to write about a special or unique thing…you employ the copywriting prowess of precise language.
Full confession, I had more than one hot chocolate and coffee combo fuel my brain power for this post, so I do hope it serves you! xx Emily Bauman
If its ingenious, say:
On the ball
If it’s well-suited, say:
In synch with
In the groove
If it’s exceptional, say:
If it’s one of a kind, say:
In a league of its own
One and only
Second to none
OK, Now back to the main event. How can we upgrade from the overused word unique?
If its unconventional, say: