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. ❤
|absolve||(v) declare (someone) free from guilt, obligation, or punishment.
-“the pardon absolved them of any crimes”
(v) (in church use) give absolution for (a sin).
-“she asked the bishop to absolve her sins”
|bogus||(a) not genuine or true (used in a disapproving manner-when deception has been attempted).
-“a bogus insurance claim”
|choleric||(a) bad-tempered or irritable.
-“he was a choleric, self-important little man”
(a) (in medieval medicine) having choler as the predominant bodily humour.
-“a choleric disposition”
|detrimental||(a) tending to cause harm.
-“recent policies have been detrimental to the interests of many old people”
|enduring||(a) lasting over a period of time; durable.
-“he formed a number of enduring relationships with women”
(v) suffer (something painful or difficult) patiently.
-“it seemed impossible that anyone could endure such pain”
(v) remain in existence; last.
-“these cities have endured through time”
|finish||(v) bring (a task or activity) to an end; complete.
-“they were straining to finish the job”
(v) complete the manufacture or decoration of (an article) by giving it an attractive surface appearance.
-“the interior was finished with American oak”
(n) an end or final part or stage of something.
-“a bowl of raspberries was the perfect finish to the meal”
(n) the manner in which the manufacture of an article is completed in detail.
-“the car’s popularity is helped by its high-quality finish and strong diesel engine”
|germinal||(a) relating to or of the nature of a germ cell or embryo. ,in the earliest stage of development.
-“a germinal idea”
(a) providing material for future development.
-“de Beauvoir’s germinal book The Second Sex”
|hibernate||(a) (of an animal or plant) spend the winter in a dormant state.
-“some species hibernate in tree roosts”
(a) (of a person) remain inactive or indoors for an extended period.
-“the pilots who have been hibernating during the winter months get their gliders out again”
|invective||(n) insulting, abusive, or highly critical language.
-“he let out a stream of invective”
|jostle||(v) push, elbow, or bump against (someone) roughly, typically in a crowd.
-“he was jostled by passengers rushing for the gates”
(n) the action of jostling.
-“the jostle of shoppers”