June 11th, 2019

Dookey?

Numbers Challenge

The rules are:


1. Each post is either a hundred words or more/ or you can make a graphic/art

2. However the number influences you, go with the flow! I don’t care how you use or abuse the number! (I’ll give some suggestions/ideas/other languages to help you along if you get stuck!)

3. Post anywhere – tumblr, amazon.com, your journal, AO3, the dreaded ff.net, your bedroom wall, etc.

4. There is NO time limit.





And the number shall be ...21!

Go forth and create!

Hawaii Five 0::Steve & Mary::hug

Word of the Day 06/10/19 Belated

Oh, how fitting and completely by accident. I forgot to post yesterday's word...so this is a belated posting. heh


Belated (adjective)
be·lat·ed [bih-ley-tid]
(previously 05-11-13)

adjective
1. coming or being after the customary, useful, or expected time: belated birthday greetings.
2. late, delayed, or detained: We started the meeting without the belated representative.
3. Archaic. obsolete; old-fashioned; out-of-date: a belated view of world politics.
4. Archaic. overtaken by darkness or night.

RELATED FORMS
be·lat·ed·ly, adverb
be·lat·ed·ness, noun

RELATED WORDS
overdue, tardy, delayed, remiss, behindhand, unpunctual

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Origin: 1610–20; belate to delay (be- + late) + -ed

Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.
Hawaii Five 0::Steve Danny::where are yo

Word of the Day 06/11/19 Self-Possessed

Self-Possessed (adjective)
self-possessed [ self-puh-zest, self- ]


adjective
1. having or showing control of one's feelings, behavior, etc.; composed; poised.

RELATED FORMS
self-pos·sess·ed·ly [self-puh-zes-id-lee, -zest-lee, self-] /ˈsɛlf pəˈzɛs ɪd li, -ˈzɛst li, ˌsɛlf-/, adverb
un·self-pos·sessed, adjective

RELATED WORDS
collected, composed, confident, cool, easy, reserved, sedate, tranquil, unruffled, poised

SYNONYMS
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calm, collected, serene, cool, sedate.

Origin: First recorded in 1830–40

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