November 23rd, 2018

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Word of the Day 11/23/18 Univocal

Univocal (adjective)
univocal [yoo-niv-uh-kuh l, yoo-nuh-voh-]


adjective
1. having only one meaning; unambiguous.

Related forms
u·niv·o·cal·ly , adverb

Related Words for univocal
unambiguous, straightforward, categorical, clear-cut, apparent, explicit, indisputable, obvious, unmistakable, undeniable, decisive, absolute, pronounced, evident, distinct, unequivocal, palpable, conspicuous, univocal, certain

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Origin: 1535–45; < Late Latin ūnivōc(us ) ( ūni- uni- + -vōcus, adj. derivative of vōx, stem vōc-, voice) + -al

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

Thanksgiving Weekend Challenge

Yesterday, we Americans celebrated Thanksgiving, so I pulled together a list of 89 words that are somehow related to the holiday. Rest assured that these also work for other occasions and the results can totally be non-Thanksgiving. Who knows? They might even inspire a time travel fic or something. ;) But choose your poison, or poisons, from 1 - 89 and I'll get back to you as soon as I can with the results!





I'm all for giving rewards, but you probably won't get your prizes until the new year -- just the way life's being right now. But for prizes, I'm happy to give out banners, drabbles (while reserving the right to make them longer should the Muses strike), icons, or sig tags. Drabbles ARE limited to the characters I write, but there are TONS of those -- just check my tags if you're unsure. :)

Good luck to all!
Spanish Bridge

Say What Friday

Greetings all....

I hope everybody had a good day yesterday with lots of food, football, family, movies and shopping.

I survived Grey Thursday. :)

Was talking with some of my regulars about the origins of the Joker and which Batman movie was the best in introducing him. The weird things that come up in conversations at Wally World...lol

This week's quote comes out of that conversation.

"Have you ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight?"

Jack Nicholson (Joker) to Micheal Keaton (Bruce Wayne/Batman)

Do with it what you will.