1MW-rare pairs
  • haldoor

Rare Pairs Prompt #18

We are a little over a week from the end of this challenge! You are all doing great, I'm sure! Come on down and get one last quick prompt if you need it!

Here's the next 'long' prompt:

One keeps a promise to the other


Need a short prompt or two? Give me some numbers between 1 and 150 and I'll give you some (hopefully) inspirational words. Note: some of these may be suggestive, but you don't have to use them that way, OR you may ask me for another word to replace the one/s you don't like, and I'll find you something that's more general.

The next long prompt will be in two days time, but in the meantime if you need anything else, comment here and I'll reply as soon as I can!
Tulips::tip toe

Word of the Day 02/19/20 Euchred

Euchred (adjective)
euchred [ yoo-kerd ]


adjective Australian Informal.
1. utterly done in or at the end of one's tether; exhausted.

Origin: First recorded in 1865–70; euchre + -ed

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Euchred (noun, verb)
euchred [ yoo-kerd ]


noun
1. Cards. a game played by two, three, or four persons, usually with the 32, but sometimes with the 28 or 24, highest cards in the pack.
2. an instance of euchring or being euchred.

verb (used with object), eu·chred, eu·chring.
3. to get the better of (an opponent) in a hand at euchre by the opponent's failure to win three tricks after having made the trump.
4. Slang. to cheat; swindle.

Origin: An Americanism dating back to 1835–45; origin uncertain

Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.
Travel is love::Go Places

Word of the Day 02/18/20 Sidesplitter

Sidesplitter (noun)
sidesplitter [ sahyd-split-er ]


noun
1. something that is uproariously funny, as a joke or a situation.

WORDS RELATED TO SIDESPLITTER
uproar, panic, hoot, laugh, howl, show, sensation, revelry, carousal, wow, splash, lark, frolic, extravaganza, festivity, merrymaking, confusion, excess, flourish, smash

See more synonyms on Thesaurus.com

Origin: 1875–80; from the idiom to split one's sides (laughing); see -er

Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.
1mw Feather misc
  • kaige68

(no subject)

Here’s the rules:
1) 100 words or 1 graphic for each letter of the alphabet.
2) Get all 10 prompts by April 15th and win a banner!

It’s that easy.
There is no need for your work to all connect. There is no need for them to be in order.

If you are stuck or would like a random word to use, poke me and I will provide.

Now everyone tell me about

501

Torchwood::Jack Ianto::funny

Word of the Day 02/17/20 Beaucoup

Beaucoup (adjective)
beaucoup [ boh-koo ]


adjective Informal: Usually Facetious.
1. many; numerous; much: It's a hard job, but it pays beaucoup money.
2. large; significant: a beaucoup building project.

Origin: From French, dating back to 1910–15; see origin at beau, coup

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Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.
1MW-rare pairs
  • haldoor

Rare Pairs Prompt #17

If you're writing a longer fic, hopefully you're up to a last edit and are considering sending it to beta by now - let us know if you need help with that! If you're doing a bunch of shorter fics to make up the words, are they all posted? Link them in a post of your own on the comm, or link them to any of these prompt posts so we can see how you've done!

Here's the next 'long' prompt:

All's well that ends well to end up with you


Need a short prompt or two? Give me some numbers between 1 and 150 and I'll give you some (hopefully) inspirational words. Note: some of these may be suggestive, but you don't have to use them that way, OR you may ask me for another word to replace the one/s you don't like, and I'll find you something that's more general.

The next long prompt will be in two days time, but in the meantime if you need anything else, comment here and I'll reply as soon as I can!
Teen Wolf::Stiles::pencil

Word of the Day 02/16/20 Imponderabilia

Imponderabilia (noun)
imponderabilia [ im-pon-der-uh-bil-ee-uh, -bil-yuh ]


plural noun
1. imponderables: the imponderabilia surrounding human life.

Origin: 1920–25; < New Latin, neuter plural of Medieval Latin imponderābilis imponderable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPONDERABILIA
Their mistake—it was also Mr. Wilson's great mistake—was in their disregard of what Bismarck called the imponderabilia.
THE MYTH OF A GUILTY NATION|ALBERT JAY NOCK

Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.