Words from Dic(tionary)
Clatter: (n) a continuous rattling sound
It’s a Christmas thing, isn’t it?
Do we ever use the word “clatter” at any other time than in the recitation of the poem, “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas?” 246 more words
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Classroom: (n) a room, typically in a school
I wish they would have told us the truth.
I suppose they were afraid if we knew the truth, we might get discouraged. 232 more words
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Classless: (adj) having no class
If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, then kindness may only dwell in the mind of God.
We seem to have an excuse for every occasion when we resort to crude behavior. 299 more words
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Class: (adj) showing stylish excellence.
I have selected the class of my identification.
It isn’t being white. I’m too blotchy for that.
It isn’t being young. 185 more words
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Clash: (n) a violent confrontation
Does it really need to be violent?
Have we reached a point in our society where we think if arguments and struggles remain non-violent, then they’re perfectly acceptable? 199 more words
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Clarinet: (n) a woodwind instrument with a single-reed mouthpiece
There were twenty-one members in my junior high school band. Eight of them played the clarinet. It not only seemed imbalanced, but… 167 more words
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Clarify: (v) to make things less confused
In our attempts to discover right and wrong, good timing and bad timing, and safe or unsound, we have become excellent liars. 214 more words
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