Verb Generator

  • [Verb 1] befall

    [Verb Forms]: [present simple I / you / we / they befall]    [he / she / it befalls]    [past simple befell]    [past participle befallen]    [-ing form befalling]    

    definition : something befalls somebody (of something unpleasant) to happen to somebody


    1. They were unaware of the fate that was to befall them.
  • [Verb 2] militarize

    [Verb Forms]: [present simple I / you / we / they militarize]    [he / she / it militarizes]    [past simple militarized]    [past participle militarized]    [-ing form militarizing]    

    definition 1: militarize something to send armed forces to an area


    1. a militarized zone

    definition 2: militarize something to make something similar to an army


    1. a militarized police force
  • [Verb 3] revalorize

    [Verb Forms]: [revalorized]    [revalorizing]    

    definition : [transitive verb]  to assign new merit or value to (something) : REVALIDATE


    1. Last year's Raysse retrospective at the Centre Pompidou revalorized his early Pop works, but it didn't do much for the later figurative paintings. — Artforum
  • [Verb 4] pacify

    [Verb Forms]: [present simple I / you / we / they pacify]    [he / she / it pacifies]    [past simple pacified]    [past participle pacified]    [-ing form pacifying]    

    definition 1: pacify somebody to make somebody who is angry or upset become calm and quiet synonym placate


    1. The baby could not be pacified.
    2. The speech was designed to pacify the irate crowd.

    definition 2: pacify something to bring peace to an area where there is fighting or a war


    1. a turbulent period before the country was pacified
  • [Verb 5] resurge

    [Verb Forms]: [resurged]    [resurging]    

    definition : [intransitive verb]  to undergo a resurgence

  • [Verb 6] rebait

    [Verb Forms]: [rebaited]    [rebaiting]    [rebaits]    

    definition : [transitive + intransitive]  to furnish (something such as a hook or trap) with fresh bait


    1. I rebaited the trap, this time shoving the fish all the way to the rear so the raccoon would have to step past the trigger plate to reach it.— Patrick Durkin

New Verb Generator

About Verb Generator

If you are looking for a verb generator, you have come to the right place.

We have produced a very powerful random verb generator. We have collected more than 9000 common verbs, mainly from the Oxford dictionary. These verbs do not include verb variations, such as the past tense and the third person singular. Therefore, the verbs you use this verb generator to get are accurate and not verbose.

This verb generator is powerful because it has many ways to generate verbs. As you can see, you can enter the letter to be included, then specify the first letter and the last letter of the verb, and also set the length and number of syllables of the verb. This can help you generate almost any verb you want.

For each generated verb, you can see detailed definitions, examples, and verb forms, which can help you better understand and remember verbs.

What can this verb generator be used for?

1. As a learning tool, if you are learning words, especially verbs, this tool will be a good helper for you. By specifying conditions, you can generate verbs within a certain range, which can help you greatly improve your efficiency.

2. As an inspiration tool, Maybe you are writing a song or a novel. Maybe you should use this verb generator to expand your vocabulary, help you choose more accurate verbs, and make your work more attractive. Or, when you are lacking in inspiration, you can randomly generate some verbs for the story.

3. As a game tool; Yes, this verb generator can be used as a game tool. You can play a game of guessing verbs with your friends. You can do the corresponding actions according to the verbs, and they can guess the verbs according to your actions. It will be very interesting.

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