Six Word Story #121

Wickham inveigled the women around him.

Can you tell I’ve been rereading Pride And Prejudice again If you haven’t read this book already you simply must. It’s the greatest book every- although it’s my favourite book so my opinion of it may be a little… prejudiced. 

Today’s Word:


  1. to win over by wiles

2to acquire by ingenuity or flattery

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84 responses to “Six Word Story #121”

  1. She inveigled herself into my heart.

    1. Great addition!

      1. Thanks, Pooja! 🙂

  2. Too honest to bother inveigling anyone 😀

    1. Love that!

    2. That’s the right way to be!

  3. I loooove being a Word Nerd! 💖

    1. Word Nerds are the best people!

  4. You inveigled past my hearts walls.

    1. Wow great addition- easily one of my favourites so far!

      1. Thank you my friend. Always a pleasure.

  5. That’s a great word.

    1. Yup it sure is.

  6. With a flatter of the tongue.

      1. Love that addition!

  7. I… inveigled you? Without a doubt!!!

    1. Wow great addition!

      1. 🇯🇲🏖️

    2. 😂😂😂😂

      1. 🇯🇲🏖️

  8. Inveigle the ignorant- capture the throne!

    1. Powerful! I want this in a T-shirt! 😁

      1. Lol same…

    2. Wow definitely one of my favourites!!

  9. We accomplished nothing from inveigling him.

    1. Great addition!

  10. Arrogance believes charm excuses poor manners.

    1. Btw, I nominated you for ‘The Aesthete Blogger Award’. 🌹

      1. Aww thank you I’ll be sure to check it out!

        1. You definitely deserve it!

    2. Great addition!

      1. Thank you!

  11. All time classic❤️

    1. Thank you!

  12. They wanted to complete their incomplete story.♥️💓

  13. eyes are inveigled, hearts see clear

    1. Wow wonderful addition!

  14. Inveigled is such a strange word…

    1. I’m scared to say it out loud lol!

      1. I don’t blame you! and my guess is that most people won’t know what it means 🙂

  15. I could definitely tell you’ve been reading Pride and Prejudice! Jane Austen is a legend!

    1. She is!! I love her books so much!

      1. Me too! And I saw her house when I lived in England. I highly recommend it!

  16. The Study of Inveigled Human Moves

    1. Great addition!

  17. Waiting for Mr. Darcy to inveigle me!😉

    Love this word 😍❤

    1. Lol aren’t we all!

  18. Respect, manners, honesty and integrity. My 6 word story is now a little bit of a 6 sentence story. I’m not going to claim that I’m perfect. I’m sure true perfection has to be imperfect. I’m a solid 8/10 at ironing. The palaver of the dating scene is a different way to when I last attempted it too 😂

    1. Well no one’s perfect- I hate apples and carrots and that’s been a deal breaker for some of the people I’ve dated 😂

  19. Though he cared for them not.

    1. That’s a perfect addition- goes great with the P&P theme!

      1. I have to admit I’ve never read it but it is on my list!

        1. Let me know what you think when you’re able to read it- I’m very curious to hear your thoughts!

  20. I’ve been watching Poldark recently too

    1. Ooh interesting!

  21. I’ve just started a Jane Austen I watched Northanger Abbey 🙂 I love Jane Austen!

    1. I’m watching Emma!!

      1. I love Emma! Mr. Knightley is my favorite male character in all her books😊

        1. He’s one of my favourites too!

  22. Waiting to be inveigled by Mr. DARCY!!!

    Love this book so much and Love the word you have chosen ❤

    1. YESSS he’s the best!!

  23. Like always, I love the small characters like Charlotte, Mr. Collins, Mrs. Bennet, Mr. Bennet, Mary, Caroline, and even Darcy’s aunt Lady Catherine. These small characters are so vivid. However for some reason I am not too crazy about the main characters Mr. Darcy and Mr. Bingley–they are a bit of being praised too high and too unreal to me. Still, it’s a nice book. I used to read Austen’s books once every two years, but I stopped that practice about five years ago. LOL.

  24. I hope the Austen fans will not come after me with sticks and shovels. LOL. Darcy and Lizzie are beyond criticism–I know the rules.

  25. […] by means of deception or flattery.palaver: unnecessarily elaborate or complex procedure.From Pooja here and one of the words is in the comment […]

  26. More intelligent women slapped Wickham hard!
    Live Love Laugh

    1. They sure did lol!

  27. […] Six Word Story #121 […]

  28. turns out the women were lying

    1. Haha nice twist!

  29. My vocabulary lesson for the day 😊

  30. Taken in by upper class twit!

  31. You’ve inveigled my love…. I’m yours

    1. Aww I love that addition!

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