I use the word 'also' a lot when writing paragraphs. When I find myself using 'also' twice in the same paragraph, it feels a bit awkward. Is there another word or phrase I should be using?

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Likewise: moreover; in addition; also; too but is you are making a list, the word 'item' replaces 'also' too. The terms moreover, additionally, secondly, withal, what is more, furthermore may be more appropriate for your purpose


Plus may also be an alternative.

This is a nice house, plus there is a big private garden.

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