Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Tuesday Writings No#19

Tuesday's Writing  #No 19

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: mug, scold, coercive


Definitions below:

Prompts: 

Mug- noun

a drinking cup, usually cylindrical in shape, having a handle, and often of a heavy substance, as earthenware.
Slang.
The face or the mouth.
(an exaggerated facial expression; grimace, as in acting.)
a thug, ruffian, or other criminal.
British Slang. a gullible person; dupe; fool.
verb (used with object), mugged, mugging.
to assault or menace, especially with the intention of robbery.
Slang. to photograph (a person), especially in compliance with an official or legal requirement.
verb (used without object), mugged, mugging.
Slang. to grimace; exaggerate a facial expression, as in acting.


Resilience or resiliency
noun
The power or ability to return to the original form, position, etc., after being bent, compressed, or stretched; elasticity.
The ability to recover readily from illness, depression, adversity, or the like; buoyancy. 

Hardship- noun

A condition that is difficult to endure; suffering; deprivation; oppression: a life of hardship.
An instance or cause of this; something hard to bear, as a deprivation, lack of comfort, or constant toil or danger:
(They faced bravely the many hardships of frontier life.)


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