Do you ever find yourself frustrated when doing a search where some of your search terms could easily be other search terms? Google has multiple solutions for this.
The easiest is to use Google's synonym feature ("~") as shown in the example below. Let's say I'm interested in searching for houses in Orlando. Instead of "houses", I could also want to look at "homes" or even "real estate". Rather than create a complex query string, Google lets me type in the following:
The "~", which is likely a symbol in the top-left of your keyboard, tells Google to include synonyms in your search. The search phrase above is obviously simpler than:
(homes OR houses OR "real estate") orlando
Other examples where synonyms would work well include the following:
Please note, there is no space between the "~" and the word for which you want to find synonyms.
Feel free to give this a try in the search box above!