A Traveler's Guide to Webster's Dictionary
That May came too quickly. I blinked my eyes, April disappeared, and, like the morning after great sex–made for movies, toe-curling sex–the floor felt so cold beneath my feet. 127 more words
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The car’s tired ground loosely against the pebbled road, each rotation inciting another round of low pops, like the quick bursts bubble gum, or rain falling hard against a tin roof. 132 more words
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A series of errors on the Yahoo! front page is not unusual. It’s quite common to see a mismatch of a subject (like series) and its verb (which should be… 27 more words
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I fondly remember Grandma wearing a checkered pinafore while baking cookies and pies.
Rita peered across the cerulean sea with a feeling water and sky become one. 55 more words
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scrouge–verb: to squeeze together, crowd.
Smelly passengers scrouged through the doors then lurched when the subway started off.
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Twenty Third Station
Today’s verb is one that I kinda like a little more than most verbs. The verb is 주다 (juda) and it means, “to give”. 73 more words
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Our discussion of passive voice has ended, but we’re just getting started on passive writing. You can write a manuscript completely devoid of passive voice and still earn the scorn of readers and editors as a passive writer. 568 more words
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