SABBATICAL

The Word of the Day is Sabbatical, noun a period of paid leave granted to a university teacher or other worker for study or travel, traditionally one year for every seven years worked."she's away on sabbatical" adjective 1.relating to a sabbatical."sabbatical leave"2.ARCHAICof or appropriate to the sabbath. I hope you enjoy using this word in a … Continue reading SABBATICAL

W.O.T.D.C. TERRAPIN

The Word of The Day is TERRAPIN.  *  Please feel free to use the word in a story, poem, or other writing exercises of your own choosing. If  you want to participate, create a ping-back to link your post. Not sure how to do that? See how to create ping backs here. https://en.support.wordpress.com/comments/pingbacks/ Most importantly, have fun! **************************** … Continue reading W.O.T.D.C. TERRAPIN

Reception

Today’s Word of the day is Reception. 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 Reception

W.O.T.D.C. CARBUNCLE

The Word of The Day is CARBUNCLE.    Definition(s): car·bun·cle /ˈkärˌbəNGk(ə)l/ noun a severe abscess or multiple boil in the skin, typically infected with staphylococcus bacteria a bright red gem, in particular a garnet cut en cabochon. Please feel free to use the word in a story, poem, or other writing exercises of your own … Continue reading W.O.T.D.C. CARBUNCLE

PROTAGONIST

The Word of the Day is Protagonist noun 1.the leading character or one of the major characters in a play, film, novel, etc."the novel's main protagonist is an American intelligence officer"2.an advocate or champion of a particular cause or idea."he's a strenuous protagonist of the new agricultural policy" I hope you enjoy using this word … Continue reading PROTAGONIST

PRINCELY

The Word of the Day is Princely. princely /ˈprɪnsli/ adjective relating to a prince." the princely states of India"suitable for a prince; very grand. comparative adjective: princelier; superlative adjective: princeliest "(of a sum of money) large or generous (often used ironically)." he provided a first-class funeral for the princely sum of £2" I hope you enjoy using this … Continue reading PRINCELY

Unusual

Today’s Word of the day is Unusual. 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 Unusual