#13

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.

day13

acrimonious (a) (typically of speech or discussion) angry and bitter.

-“an acrimonious dispute about wages”

behemoth (n) a huge or monstrous creature.

-“behemoths like the brontosaurus”

(n) something enormous, especially a large and powerful organization. -“shoppers are now more loyal to their local shops than to faceless behemoths”

carousal (n) revelry in drinking; a merry drinking party
decrepitude (n) the state of being decrepit.

-“he had passed directly from middle age into decrepitude”

emaciated (a) abnormally thin or weak, especially because of illness or a lack of food.

-“she was so emaciated she could hardly stand”

frenetic (a) fast and energetic in a rather wild and uncontrolled way.

-“a frenetic pace of activity”

graphic (a) relating to visual art, especially involving drawing, engraving, or lettering.

-“his mature graphic work”

(a) giving clear and vividly explicit details.

-“a graphic account of the riots”

(n) a graphical item displayed on a screen or stored as data.

high-flown (a) (especially of language or ideas) extravagant and grand-sounding.

-“he had other more high-flown artistic notions in mind”

impregnate (v) soak or saturate (something) with a substance.

-“wood which had been impregnated with preservative”

(v) make (a woman or female animal) pregnant.

-“he was obliged to marry the woman he’d impregnated”

jug (n) a cylindrical container with a handle and a lip, used for holding and pouring liquids.

(n) prison.

-“three months in the jug”

(v) stew or boil (a hare or rabbit) in a covered container.

-“jugged hare”

(v) prosecute and imprison (someone).

-“the hotel could jug him for trespassing”

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