When we do this with words we tend to be incoherent. One way of dealing with this is to cut out words and use precise and concise ones.
With regards to words we use a range of them—“twelve a clock in the noon”
“End result” and many more.
Quite a few words have lost their potency as they are over used.
We have lost the art of conversation. The best way to retrieve it is to spend time with families, our own and others. We pick up quaint words, precise words, beautiful words and not so beautiful words.
My daughters love spending time with the Kane family, introduced to us by Rick Riordan while I prefer the family at Blanding’s.
The chain is very simple, when we read sentences; we think sentences, when think sentences we write sentences, when we write sentences we speak sentences.
How about a challenge to try this one.