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No, this is not something you put on top of your ice cream sundae! Thanks Melanie! https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/58053187/posts/2901141883 Honest? On yer bike! Never know the meaning of the word. Elevated flattery Yielding nothing. Falsehoods Unite in your mouth Gaining momentum, Giddily … Continue reading
Melanie is in the chair for the Word of the Day challenge today, and this is a new one on me. noun a very small quantity of something. “ex: a soupçon of mustard” I would have said it was someone … Continue reading
Bless You! Sounds a bit like that, doesn’t it. Young Melanie has come up with SCHMUTZWORTSUCHE for our word of the day challenge. Yikes!! This was her graphic too, so I pinched it! We never learned interesting words like this … Continue reading
Clever word for rubbish: Outlandish way Disrespectful people Speak nonsense Whilst waiting for Applause and recognition, Letting their words dangle Limp and insincere Out of their mouthy depths, Please, make them shut up and say nothing. Written for Melanie’s Word … Continue reading
Melanie has given us JESTER as her word of the day today. The Court Jester starring Danny Kaye immediately comes to mind. The scene about the poisoned challis is priceless. https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x7t0cb6
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Not all entries in my Scrapbook were whimsical or romantic. I obviously had a serious side which is depicted by the following: ? DREAM The church is full, I’m dressed in white, Walking slowly down the…
Oh my word. Melanie has pulled the rabbit out of the hat for her first outing as host for this prompt. Check it all out here And our word is………….“grandiloquent” I’m glad she gave us the definition: gran·dil·o·quent adjective pompous … Continue reading