Six Word Story #120

Six Word Story #120

Our wedding was a jocund event. Too bad our divorce was too.


I know I usually post just one six word story but I really wanted to this to have a kind of twist to it so I decided to write two six word stories instead!

Today’s Word:

Jocund

1. Marked by or suggestive of high spirits and lively mirthfulness

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Six Word Story #119

Six Word Story #119

You always derided at our love.


Today’s Word:

Derided

1. to laugh at or insult contemptuously
2. to subject to usually bitter or contemptuous ridicule or criticism

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Six Word Story #118

Six Word Story #118

Your words are my favourite paean.


Today’s Word:

Paean

1. a joyous song or hymn of praise, tribute, thanksgiving, or triumph
2a work that praises or honors its subject 

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Six Word Story #117

Six Word Story #117

Eccentric genius or a bumptious moron?


Today’s Word:

Bumptious

1. presumptuously, obtusely, and often noisily self-assertive

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Six Word Story #116

Six Word Story #116

New love, filled with blithesome promises.


Today’s Word:

Blithesome

1. having or showing a good mood or disposition

2. indicative of or marked by high spirits or good humor

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Six Word Story #115

Six Word Story #115

Sweet nothings turned into nettled accusations.


Today’s Word:

Nettle

1. to strike or sting with or as if with nettles
2. to arouse to sharp but transitory annoyance or anger

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Six Word Story #114

Six Word Story #114

Anfractuous affair became an anfractuous marriage.


For some reason this just reminded me of the MANY MANY MANY Telenovelas I’ve watched over the years. If you don’t watch Telenovelas you have no idea what you’re missing out.

Today’s Word:

Anfractuous 

Full of windings and intricate turnings

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Six Word Story #113

Six Word Story #113

You broke my already desolated heart.


Today’s Word:

Desolate

1devoid of inhabitants and visitors 
2joyless, disconsolate, and sorrowful through or as if through separation from a loved onedesolate widow
3ashowing the effects of abandonment and neglect 
bBARRENLIFELESS desolate landscape
cdevoid of warmth, comfort, or hope

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New Word #16: Words Recently Learned

Really enjoyed learning some new words from this post and decided to share it with you guys so we can learn them together 😁

Haoyan Do

sprightly: lively; full of energy. I learned this word from Pooja here. It also shows up in William Wordsworth’s poem, “Along the margin of a bay:/Ten thousand saw I at a glance,/Tossing their heads in sprightly dance.”

bugbear: a cause of obsessive fear, irritation, or loathing. I learned this word from Pooja here.

calisthenics: gymnastic exercises to achieve bodily fitness and grace of movement. I learned this word from Heterodox Buddhist here.

sitch: a situation or state of affairs, usually a bad situation. I learned this word from Bonnyword Manor here. This word is not to be confused with snitch, which means to secretly tell someone in authority that someone else has done something bad, often in order to cause trouble.

plink: a short, sharp, metallic or ringing sound.
tendril: A slender threadlike appendage of a climbing plant. I learned…

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Six Word Story

Six Word Story

Perused your face. No love found.


Decided to share a six word story today since I got preoccupied writing a longer post for tomorrow and didn’t have a lot of time today.

Today’s Word:

Peruse

  1. to examine or consider with attention and in detail
  2. to look over or through in a casual or cursory manner
  3. especially to read over in an attentive or leisurely manner

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