#38

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.

day38

amble (v) walk or move at a slow, relaxed pace.

-“they ambled along the riverbank”

(n) a walk at a slow, relaxed pace, especially for pleasure.

-“a peaceful riverside amble”

beatitude (n) supreme blessedness.

-“the expression of beatitude the religious sometimes adopt”

(n) the blessings listed by Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount

(n) a title given to patriarchs in the Orthodox Church.

catastrophe (n) an event causing great and usually sudden damage or suffering; a disaster.

-“an environmental catastrophe”

(n) something very unfortunate or unsuccessful.

-“the tax would be a catastrophe for the industry”

(n) the denouement of a drama, especially a classical tragedy.

demolition (n) the action or process of demolishing or being demolished.

-“the monument was saved from demolition”

(n) an overwhelming defeat.

-“Ireland’s demolition of England”

erratic (a) not even or regular in pattern or movement; unpredictable.

-“her breathing was erratic”

(n) a rock or boulder that differs from the surrounding rock and is believed to have been brought from a distance by glacial action.

-“the source of stone for the whetstones may have been glacial erratics”

fell (v) cut down (a tree).

-“33 million trees are felled each day”

(v) knock down.

-“Whitlock felled him with one punch”

(v) stitch down (the edge of a seam) to lie flat.

-“a flat-felled seam”

(n) an amount of timber cut.

glower (v) have an angry or sullen look on one’s face; scowl.

-“she glowered at him suspiciously”

(n) an angry or sullen look.

-“the angry glower on the face of the policeman”

hazy (a) covered by a haze.

-“it was a beautiful day but quite hazy”

(a) vague or ill-defined.

-“hazy memories”

(a) confused; uncertain.

-“school-leavers were often hazy about employment”

immutable (a) unchanging over time or unable to be changed.

-“an immutable fact”

kernel (n) a softer, usually edible part of a nut, seed, or fruit stone contained within its shell.

-“the kernel of a walnut”

(n) the central or most important part of something.

-“this is the kernel of the argument”

(n) the most basic level or core of an operating system, responsible for resource allocation, file management, and security.

(n) denoting a basic unmarked linguistic string.

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