For example, a strong verb followed by an object.
Simple procedures are methods on objects that perform some kind of operation on the object. In those cases, the verb alone is good for a name, as it describes the action.
Say you have a Document, and it needs to print. What could be clearer than calling “document.print”?
More complex actions require an additional object. Say you have an object Soup, and you want to add Salt to it. Would anyone object to “soup.addSalt”?
Too often people complicate things. “soup.addIngredient(type flavoring, name “Salt”, measuredBy “pinch”, amount 1)” sounds horrible. Good luck if you have to expand on that.