Look for sentences that rely on adjectives (like beautiful or terrible) or adverbs (intensifiers like really and very plus words ending in –ly like badly or slowly) to convey meaning. Consider how you could make meaning felt all the more by 1) eliminating some, many, or even all of the adjectives and adverbs and 2) dramatize action with active verbs and paint pictures with specific nouns instead of relying on a pile-up of adjectives and adverbs. Try to find at least five sentences and rewrite them using nouns and verbs as a means of experimenting with other possibilities.
First version: Moving very slowly, she walked across the room.
Edited: She inched across the room.
First version: Abbey Pond is awesomely beautiful!
Edited: Abbey Pond spreads like glass . . . .