Monday, January 29, 2018

Tuesday's Writings #No 29

Tuesday's Writings  #No 29

Each week I will post three words. You write something using the words. Then come back and post a link in the comments and I will link you up in the post below prompts so others can read your work, I advise you to read other's work too so we can all benefit and make comments. Don't worry if it's not Tuesday you can post until Monday the next week or if you want post and I'll try to include you in the previous week's posts. Comments can encourage enrich and invigorate writers and poets offerings so please share the love.



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Prompts this week: anguish, disease, vicious

Definitions below:

anguish~ noun
  1.      severe mental or physical pain or suffering.
    "she shut her eyes in anguish"
    synonyms:agonypaintormenttorturesufferingdistressangstmiserysorrowgriefheartachedesolationdespair
    literarydolor
    "the anguish of losing her beloved child could only have been compounded by the killer's indifference"
           verb
  1. 1.
    be extremely distressed about something.
    "he anguished over how to reply"



                      disease ~ noun

  1. a disorder of structure or function in a human, animal, or plant, especially one that produces specific signs or symptoms or that affects a specific location and is not simply a direct result of physical injury.
    "bacterial meningitis is a rare disease"
    synonyms:illnesssickness, ill health; More
    • a particular quality, habit, or disposition regarded as adversely affecting a person or group of people.
      "departmental administration has often led to the dread disease of departmentalitis"
vicious~adjective
  1. 1.
    deliberately cruel or violent.
    "a vicious assault"
    synonyms:brutalferocioussavageviolentdangerousruthlessremorselessmercilessheartlesscallouscruelharshcold-bloodedinhumanfiercebarbarousbarbaricbrutishbloodthirstyfiendishsadisticmonstrousmurderoushomicidalMore
  2. 2.
    literary
    immoral.
    "every soul on earth, virtuous or vicious, shall perish"


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    Wednesday, January 24, 2018

    Tuesday's Writings #No 28

    Tuesday's Writings  #No 28

    Each week I will post three words. You write something using the words. Then come back and post a link in the comments and I will link you up in the post below prompts so others can read your work, I advise you to read other's work too so we can all benefit and make comments. Don't worry if it's not Tuesday you can post until Monday the next week or if you want post and I'll try to include you in the previous week's posts. Comments can encourage enrich and invigorate writers and poets offerings so please share the love.



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    Prompts this week: Wrinkled,

    Wonder, Cozy.

    Definitions below:

    Wrinkled~ verb
    1. past tense: wrinkled; past participle: wrinkled
      1. make or cause lines or folds in (something, especially fabric or the skin).
        "Dotty's wrinkled stockings"
        • grimace and cause wrinkles on (a part of the face).
          "he sniffed and wrinkled his nose"
        • form or become marked with lines or folds.
          "her brow wrinkled"


                          Wonder ~ noun

    a feeling of surprise mingled with admiration, caused by something 
    beautiful, unexpected, unfamiliar, or inexplicable.
    desire or be curious to know something.
        1. "how many times have I written that, I wonder?"
          synonyms:ponder, think about, meditate on, reflect on, muse on, puzzle over, speculate about, conjecture
          be curious about
          "I wondered what was on her mind"
        2. "people stood by and wondered at such bravery"
          synonyms:marvel, be amazed, be astonished, stand in awe, be dumbfounded, gapegoggle;
          informalbe flabbergasted
          "people wondered at such bravery"

    Cozy~adjective
      1. "a cozy cabin tucked away in the trees"
        synonyms:snugcomfortablewarm, homelike, homeyhomely, welcoming; More
      noun
      1. "a photograph of Smith pouring tea from a pot with a knitted cozy"
      verb
      informal
          1. give (someone) a feeling of comfort or complacency.
        "she cozied him, pretending to find him irresistibly attractive"
          1. a soft covering to keep a teapot, boiled egg, etc., hot.
          1. giving a feeling of comfort, warmth, and relaxation.


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      Tuesday, January 16, 2018

      Tuesday's Writings #No 27

      Tuesday's Writings  #No 27

      Each week I will post three words. You write something using the words. Then come back and post a link in the comments and I will link you up in the post below prompts so others can read your work, I advise you to read other's work too so we can all benefit and make comments. Don't worry if it's not Tuesday you can post until Monday the next week or if you want post and I'll try to include you in the previous week's posts. Comments can encourage enrich and invigorate writers and poets offerings so please share the love.



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      Prompts this week: Impartiality,

      Enlightened, Educated.

      Definitions below:

      Impartiality~ noun
      1. equal treatment of all rivals or disputants; fairness.
        "entries had to be submitted under a pseudonym to ensure impartiality in the judging process"

                            Enlightened ~adjective
      1. having or showing a rational, modern, and well-informed outlook.
        "the more enlightened employers offer better terms"
        synonyms:informedwell informedawaresophisticatedadvanceddevelopedliberalopen-mindedbroad-mindededucatedknowledgeablewise

      Educated ~adjective
      1. having been educated.
        "a Harvard-educated lawyer"
        • resulting from or having had a good education.
          "educated tastes"



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        Wednesday, January 10, 2018

        Tuesday's Writings #No 26

        Tuesday's Writings  #No 26

        Each week I will post three words. You write something using the words. Then come back and post a link in the comments and I will link you up in the post below prompts so others can read your work, I advise you to read other's work too so we can all benefit and make comments. Don't worry if it's not Tuesday you can post until Monday the next week or if you want post and I'll try to include you in the previous week's posts. Comments can encourage enrich and invigorate writers and poets offerings so please share the love.



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        Prompts this week:  Denouement, Stardust, Turncoat

        Definitions below:

        Denouement or dénouement~noun 

        noun

               the final resolution of the intricacies of a plot, as of a 




               drama or novel.

        the place in the plot at which this occurs.
                the outcome or resolution of a doubtful series 
















                of occurrences.


        Stardust~
        ~a naive romantic quality. There was stardust in her eyes.
        ~A mass of distant stars appearing as tiny particles of dust.
        Turncoat ~A person who changes to the opposite party orfaction, reverses principles, etc. renegade



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          Due to very little interest I am discontinuing this writing exerise