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"Show don't tell" is the old adage for writing fiction.
One aspect of showing is word choice.
Measure the ratio of SHOWing words to TELLing words in your text.
(Inspired by an exercise in an online class from the Odyssey Writing Workshops)
NB Dictionary is still being added to; some words will be ignored
  dictionary: show=3415 tell=4137 ignore=82 unspecified=470


I am a human being (enter yes):

Check word-by-word Check by sentence Check for cliche or weasel word
Include dialogue text? (i.e. words occuring between double quotes)
Newline ends paragraph? (e.g. for MS Word)
A password is required to edit the dictionary:
List unspecified words and add them to the dictionary.
Enter a specific word to change in the dictionary:


  dictionary: show=3415 tell=4137 ignore=82 unspecified=470








SHOWing versus TELLing when writing fiction - online word checker & analyzer
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