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Word Of The Week

Word Of The Week

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most_bay By most_bay Updated Apr 10

Best Rank #43 in non-fiction

This is sort of a mini contest for those who have severe cases of logophilia.

any way, if you decide to join in, you're expected to look up the word of the day and create an understandable sentence that should include said word, then post it in the comments. Best sentence gets a shout out and maybe more good stuff..

*** Please, Don't forget:

1) you MUST look the words up YOURSELVES...

2) Keep the sentences CLEAN!! 

*fasten your seatbelts, logophiles... relax and enjoy the ride. :))

dioscuri01 dioscuri01 May 05
His incapability to write lengthy verses resulted in many opusclule.
_Imperfect_Writing _Imperfect_Writing Oct 13, 2016
As the inspired writer and lover of music finally sits down, they collect their thoughts to make pure music. After years and years of devotion and struggling the work only turns out to be a opuscule but still holds much wonders.
AuroraBorealis9 AuroraBorealis9 Oct 28, 2016
Seriously I don't need to Google it. Coz the comments are enough. #lazydays
"She was writing a poem for her book,  but unknowingly it turned out to be 'opuscule', revealing another path for her to explore "
s_huddar s_huddar Oct 13, 2016
She prepared to write at least a five thousand word story. After all the editing, it only turned out to be an opuscule.
_HArINe_ _HArINe_ Oct 14, 2016
'It doesn't take a full length novel to tell a beautiful story, even an opuscule can tell a moving story.'
                              Is this correct?