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the word “unlovely” breaks my heart.

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January 18th

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Having devoted three days to rehearsal, we put on three performances of ‘Hamlet’ over the first weekend of the new term. 429 more words

dépaysement.

(n.) : when someone is taken out of their own familiar world into a new one.

Winter break is over, and we’re now in the midst of exam season. 667 more words

Us

Verbal impunity

The vernacular hive mind sometimes hits on a phrase that can’t be improved, an idiom for the ages. Once uttered, the phrase is indispensable; once heard, ubiquitous. 1,121 more words

Diction

Shuffle Prompt Tuesday: January 13, 2015

Early start

or

Noon riser;

coffee either way.

Finish that painting.

Publish those poetry books.

Finish the third chapter of the work-in-progress novel,

already.

Consider traveling more seriously. 221 more words

Shuffle Prompt Tuesdays

Words I Love 32 - Voluminous

A new word today, the first of the year…

voluminous

vəˈljuːmɪnəs/

adjective

adjective: voluminous

  1. 1.

    (of clothes) very loose or full; having much fabric.

  2. 69 more words
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Words: Fall '14

Yes, this is long overdue…

licentious

adjective

1. sexually unrestrained; lascivious; libertine; lewd.

2. unrestrained by law or general morality; lawless; immoral.

3. going beyond customary or proper bounds or limits; disregarding rules. 1,256 more words

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