#9

Here is my story using 10 words of the day 🙂 . Would love to read your comments, discussions on the story, even better if you drop your word story for the day.

day9

adhere (v) stick fast to (a surface or substance).

-“paint won’t adhere well to a greasy surface”

(v) believe in and follow the practices of.

-“I do not adhere to any organized religion”

beneficial (a) resulting in good; favourable or advantageous.

-“the beneficial effect on the economy”

(a) relating to rights to the use or benefit of property, other than legal title.

-“the beneficiary will be taxed on the value of his beneficial use of the property”

careen (v) turn (a ship) on its side for cleaning, caulking, or repair.

(v) move swiftly and in an uncontrolled way.

-“an electric golf cart careened around the corner”

defeatist (n) a person who expects or is excessively ready to accept failure.

(a) demonstrating expectation or acceptance of failure.

-“we have a duty not to be so defeatist”

effusion (n) an instance of giving off something such as a liquid or gas.

-“a massive effusion of poisonous gas”

(n) an act of talking or writing in an unrestrained or heartfelt way.

-“literary effusions”

fiat (n) a formal authorization or proposition; a decree.

– “the reforms left most prices fixed by government fiat”

(n) an arbitrary order.

gibberish (n) unintelligible or meaningless speech or writing; nonsense.

-“he talks gibberish”

haphazard (a) lacking any obvious principle of organization.

-“the music business works in a haphazard fashion”

implement (n) a tool, utensil, or other piece of equipment that is used for a particular purpose.

-“garden implements”

(v) put (a decision, plan, agreement, etc.) into effect.

-“the scheme to implement student loans”

jest (n) a thing said or done for amusement; a joke.

-“he laughed uproariously at his own jest”

(v) speak in a joking way.

-“you jest, surely?”

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