Wednesday’s Word of the Week: Succulent

Definition: tender, juicy, and tasty

Why I Chose It: I’ve been studying The Humming-Bird by D.H Lawrence, which involves a lot of reading aloud and every time I read the line “And went whizzing through the slow, vast, succulent stems” I think to myself, succulent is a great word. Now D.H Lawrence was using it in the botany-related definition, whilst I’ve decided to do the definition of the food described but either way it is a great word to say.

Pronunciation: Suh-que-lent

As always, Stay safe guys!

4 thoughts on “Succulent

  1. Hey! Your blog’s great and I have been following you from a very long time. I was wondering why haven’t you been posting recently? Hope everything is fine.
    Well would you mind checking out my book ☺️? My latest post is about it.

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    1. Hi! Thanks for checking in on me. University has just been taking up all of my time so I haven’t been able to read or work on blog posts, i should be able to get back to doing some over Christmas 🤗

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      1. I understand that university takes a lot of time as I too have joined the college about 3 weeks back. I hope you get time to be active on here soon☺️
        As soon as you get some spare time, please check out my book. If you had seen my blog post, there is a heavy discount on my book currently, for a few days. I hope to see your review both on the bookstore and your blog😊
        Have a nice time ahead!👍


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