Demure

by (adjective) reserved, modest. Affectedly modest, reserved, or serious: coy. The demure of the outside left the group of teens thinking their night of fun in an abandoned warehouse was as good as had. None expected to see what awaited them on the inside. As contrast as night and day…

Continue reading

Google+

Orotund

by (adjective) marked by fullness, strength, and clarity of sound: sonorous. pompous bombastic. Every sound was amplified. An orotund of orchestra played by birds, crickets, and the gentle rustling of leaves. All of it felt as though it were large symbols crashing loudly next to my ears. I would kill for…

Continue reading

Google+

Sentient

by (adjective) responsive to or conscious of sense impressions. Having or showing understanding or knowledge: aware. Finely sensitive in perception or feeling.   He floated in the strange chamber, seeming to be asleep yet sentient of the events around him.

Continue reading

Google+

Garnish

by (verb) a decorate, embellish.  To add decorative or savory touches to (food or drink). To equip with accessories: furnish. To take (as a debtor’s wages) by legal authority: garnishee.   Darkness exists for one thing.  To garnish light. To extinguish the warmth and hope of all that lies within…

Continue reading

Google+

Efflorescence

by (noun) the action or process of developing and unfolding as if coming into flower. An instance of such development. Fullness of manifestation: culmination. The period or state of flowing. The process or product of efflorescing chemically.   There were many ways to use this word. I’m feeling at a…

Continue reading

Google+

Force Majeure

by (noun) superior or irresistible force. An event or effect that cannot be reasonably anticipated or controlled. The project was due in the next three days. Allison hadn’t prepared. In fact, she forgot completely about the project. She was too occupied by something beyond her control, a force majeure.  Though…

Continue reading

Google+