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. ❤
|apoplexy||(n) unconsciousness or incapacity resulting from a cerebral hemorrhage or stroke.
-“Browne died of apoplexy”
(n) extreme anger.
-“the decision has aroused apoplexy among environmentalists”
|blue||(a) of a color intermediate between green and violet, as of the sky or sea on a sunny day.
-“the clear blue sky”
(a) (of a person or mood) melancholy, sad, or depressed.
-“he’s feeling blue”
(n) blue color or pigment.
-“she was dressed in blue”
(v) make or become blue.
-“the light dims, bluing the retina”
(v) wash (white clothes) with bluing.
-“they blued the shirts and starched the uniforms”
|categorical||(a) unambiguously explicit and direct.
-“a categorical assurance”
|demur||(v) raise objections or show reluctance.
-“normally she would have accepted the challenge, but she demurred”
(n) the action of objecting to or hesitating over something.
-“they accepted this ruling without demur”
|emollient||(a) having the quality of softening or soothing the skin.
-“a rich emollient shampoo”
(a) attempting to avoid confrontation or anger; calming or conciliatory.
-“the president’s emollient approach to differences”
(n) a preparation that softens the skin.
-“always moisturize exposed skin with an effective emollient”
|fitful||(a) active or occurring spasmodically or intermittently; not regular or steady.
-“a few hours’ fitful sleep”
|glamor||(a) an attractive or exciting quality that makes certain people or things seem appealing.
-“the glamour of Monte Carlo”
(a) enchantment; magic.
-“that maiden, made by glamour out of flowers”
|hindsight||(n) understanding of a situation or event only after it has happened or developed.
-“with hindsight, I should never have gone”
|importunate||(a) persistent, especially to the point of annoyance.
|jaunt||(n) a short excursion or journey made for pleasure.
-“her regular jaunts to Europe”
(v) go on a short journey for pleasure.
-“they went jaunting through Ireland”