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Sunday, February 05, 2006
Word Beads
Words in a sentence are like beads on a string. You can choose large ones, tiny ones, and any size in between. As with beads, you have a choice of many types, in this case nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and more. Your words can be plain or colorful. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to string the words below with other words of your choosing to fashion a sentence, several sentences, a paragraph, several paragraphs, a poem, or even a short story. Each week, this space will present 5 words, randomly pulled from a dictionary of approximately 10000 basic English words. (For convenience, words are linked to their definitions at dictionary.com.) Current Word Beads Sunday, Feb 5, 2006 Pursue Bereft Acute Engulf Dislocation As she pursued her penultimate dream of becoming an author, she became acutely aware that she may become bereft of her personal privacy she'd so prized throughout the years. The severe dislocation of my life as she knew it could engulf her with sorrow and confusion.
Word Beads
 
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