Disappointed

Today’s Word of the Day is Disappointed. If you want to participate, create a pingback to link your post. Not sure how to do that? See how to create pingbacks here. Please note that for the prompts that I publish, the comment box will now remain open for people who experience trouble with pingbacks. However, I won't … Continue reading Disappointed

EDUCATE

The Word of the Day is Educate Write a poem, story or anecdote inspired by this word. Please create a pingback to your post by including a link to this page in whatever you are posting. If you want to participate create a pingback to link your post. Not sure how to do that? See … Continue reading EDUCATE

ULOTRICHOUS

 The Word of the Day is "ulotrichous" DEFINITION:  Adj. Exhibiting ulotrichy : having woolly or crisp hair  (Merriam Webster) It’s always the same: men and women (particularly women) who are ulotrichous don’t want to have it, while those (women) who are not, would like to.  Of course! Ulotrichous refers to people with curly hair.     Write a … Continue reading ULOTRICHOUS

COMEUPPANCE

The Word of the Day is Comeuppance comeuppance noun Definition of comeuppance : a deserved rebuke or penalty : "One of these days, he'll get his comeuppance for treating people so arrogantly." Write a poem, story or anecdote inspired by this word. Please create a pingback to your post by including a link to this page in whatever you are posting. … Continue reading COMEUPPANCE

Hiding

Today’s Word of the Day is Hiding. If you want to participate, create a pingback to link your post. Not sure how to do that? See how to create pingbacks here. Please note that for the prompts that I publish, the comment box will now remain open for people who experience trouble with pingbacks. However, I won't … Continue reading Hiding

Gabble-ratchet

The Word of the Day is GABBLE-RATCHET Definition:   GABBLE-RATCHET. As well as being an old English dialect word for a noisy child, a gabble-ratchet is any nocturnal bird (particularly geese) that makes a lot of noise at night, once considered to be an ill omen. Write a poem, story or anecdote inspired by this word. … Continue reading Gabble-ratchet