People often times meet with a specific agenda in mind, and yet I never hear them refer to the meeting as a forum.
Mugging without the thievery.
Dote - verb - show unnecessarily excessive fondness
I think "dote" sounds old-fashioned to me because it's usually followed by the word "upon".
Trebuchet - noun - a old throwing machine
Although "trebuchet" is a noun, I like to use it as a verb to refer to specifically to how I throw things.
Goliath - noun - very large person or thing
I actually love all the words for "large" that rarely get used: "Behemoth", "Colossus", "Gillespie".
Egregious - adverb - remarkably bad, incredibly outrageous
Plosive - noun - the stop or pause in exhalation that you must make in order to vocalize certain consonants (such as P or B)
I didn't know what this was until 2 days ago. I included it strictly for the purpose of explaining what it was before it got used in today's Quote.
Gambit - noun - a clever, tricky, or elaborate plot
I really love this one. It's so rarely used, too.
Kerfuffle - noun - ado, commotion, the business
Intermittent - adverb - every so often, marked by periods of "not"
I'm going to leave the column at that.
No wait, one thing:
I really like Family Guy. I'm not ashamed to admit that. It's low-brow. It's dumb. It's glorious.
I have a relative that works on the show. She's awesome.
|This is Sharon. This picture was taken in California a little under a year ago.|
|I own a multi-colored supply of all three of these pen varieties|
|My Moleskine is black - but any color will do|
|I have a trio of Nalgenes backed by a small army of Camelbaks - Melissa's Hydro Flask is nice, too|
|This picture breaks the trend. I don't own a tent yet. When I do it will be probably better than this one.|
“Get your spraybottle. It will make you feel better about your plosives”
- Emily -