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. … Continue reading Succulent


Wednesday's Word of the Week: Darkling Definition: growing dark or characterized by darkness Why I Chose It: While for most of us readers Darkling evokes mental pictures of a very attractive Ben Barnes brooding and taking over the world, its actual meaning is very literal and I thought it would be a good one for … Continue reading Darkling


Wednesday's Word of the Week: Cryptid Definition: an animal whose existence or survival is disputed or unsubstantiated, such as the yeti or Loch Ness Monster Why I Chose It: One of the guys in my creative writing class used in in one of his pieces the other day to describe a guy at his local … Continue reading Cryptid


Wednesday's Word of the Week: Dejunk Definition: clear (a room or other space) by disposing of clutter and unwanted possessions Why I Chose It: I couldn't think of a word for today, but I needed to tidy my room because its a mess, so I thought I would google some words other than tidy and … Continue reading Dejunk