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Thursday, June 15, 2006

Words that Mercedes Now Knows - Spelling Sentences #1

1 inchoate - "being only partly in existence or operation; especially : imperfectly formed or formulated : FORMLESS"*

(Andrew's inchoate eyes often conceal his distaste as well as his satisfaction with the circumstances that surround him)

2 piquant - agreeably stimulating to the palate; especially : SPICY
2 : engagingly provocative; also : having a lively arch charm
synonym see PUNGENT

(Kendell has a piquant personality that never fails to surprise)

3 friability - : easily crumbled or pulverized
synonym see FRAGILE

(When examined closely, the knit of the scarf displayed a fascinating friability that made fall into lust with fragility and the beauty of delicacy)

4 sententious - 1 a : given to or abounding in aphoristic expression b : given to or abounding in excessive moralizing 2 : terse, aphoristic, or moralistic in expression : PITHY, EPIGRAMMATIC

(Jason was often inclined to sententious conversation about being "green" and growing wonderful gardens like his in the community)

5 sepulchral - : suited to or suggestive of a sepulchre : FUNEREAL, MORTUARY

(Looking into his eyes after the fight, she realized suddenly they had a sepulchral quality unlike anything she'd seen reflected there before)

6 compunction - 1 a : anxiety arising from awareness of guilt b : distress of mind over an anticipated action or result
2 : a twinge of misgiving : SCRUPLE

(She displayed little compunction for her sin of infidelity, instead filling herself with ideals of true love and the wonders found therein)

7 prurient - : marked by or arousing an immoderate or unwholesome interest or desire; especially : marked by, arousing, or appealing to unusual sexual desire

(He, as pruriently as Humbert Humbert, found himself drawn to the adolescent frail form; her tight stomach and skinny hips jutting from her small pelvis aroused him fiercely)

8 plebeian - 1 : a member of the Roman plebs 2 : one of the common people

(Molly's taste in cinema resembled that of a plebeian, she was just a typical girl who loved those chick-flicks)

9 integument : something that covers or encloses; especially : an enveloping layer (as a skin, membrane, or husk) of an organism or one of its parts

(Vincent's long dark lashes act as an interesting integument into his telling eyes)

10 verisimilitude - 1 : having the appearance of truth : PROBABLE 2 : depicting realism

(Pedro's speech was characterized by an evident, if not forced verisimilitude that he incorporated into his persona during all types of questioning)

11 insouciance - : lighthearted unconcern : NONCHALANCE

(Pavel's insouciant attitude was what originally established her fascination with him)

12 eurythmics - : the art of harmonious bodily movement especially through expressive timed movements in response to improvised music

(The eurythmic-like movement Mercedes created with her hips as he hummed quietly to her was entrancing for both of them in the middle of the park that night)

13 lugubrious - 1 : MOURNFUL; especially : exaggeratedly or affectedly mournful

(Sarah was acting as lugubrious as an emo pop superstar after her single didn't even show up on the charts)

14 inimical - 1 : being adverse often by reason of hostility or malevolence
2 a : having the disposition of an enemy : HOSTILE b : reflecting or indicating hostility : UNFRIENDLY

(Carrie often inimically warded off men, finding none of them to be worth the frenzy that most girls caught themselves up in over the opposite sex)

15 monomania - 1 : mental illness especially when limited in expression to one idea or area of thought 2 : excessive concentration on a single object or idea

(Jeffrey displayed an interesting type of monomania when it came to music he played on his radio show, it was always an adventure to listen to him talk of it all)

16 enmity - : positive, active, and typically mutual hatred or ill will
synonyms ENMITY, HOSTILITY, ANTIPATHY, ANTAGONISM, ANIMOSITY, RANCOR, ANIMUS mean deep-seated dislike or ill will.

(Mercedes displayed an open enmity with a limited number of her past lovers, mostly those that broke her heart, like Nick)

17 chagrined - : to vex or unsettle by disappointing or humiliating

(Jessie always tended to argue with her opponent to the point of chagrin which sent them into a trance of self induced quietude for the remainder of the evening)

18 untrammeled - or trammel 1 : to catch or hold in or as if in a net : ENMESH
2 : to prevent or impede the free play of : CONFINE

(Untrammelled love was what Lauren was looking for and whether or not she currently had it with Jared was to be found out)

So, hope you all found that amusing or interesting or something. All definitions were extracted from the amazing * www.webster.com ! Hopefully some of you can indulge yourselves in knowing that you are smarter than me after reading and recognizing and knowing some of these words before reading their definitions. Hope you like my "spelling sentences," too!

Current book I'm reading: Just finished "Summer Crossing" Truman Capote's first novel. Unpublished until after his death. Very short, very good and very inspiring.


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