October 9th, 2020

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  • kaige68

FLASH CHALLENGE

Well hello there! Guess what? It's my birthday! And you know what I want nearly most of all, you know after world peace, an end to world hunger, and an end to this damn pandemic? I WANT WORDS AND GRAPHICS.

You knew that was coming.

I am 52 as of the reading of this post! So give me words and/or graphics on reflections of being 52. What you hope for when you/your character hopes for at 52. What you/your character loved or hated about being 52. Or just why 52 should be uneventful!

If everyone here can do 52 words... and we have 200 people... that's over 10k. And that's not bad for a random day in October!

WORDS PEOPLE! I WANT WORDS!!!
Justified
  • cmk418

Weekend Challenge - The Great Debate

It's nearing Election Day here in the U.S. and this is the time of the process where we would have debates (usually). In light of that, I've gathered up 50 random non-partisan quotes from Goodreads on the subject of debating. So give me a number (or numbers) from 1-50 or just ask for a random selection and I will provide a prompt that I hope will inspire you.

If you write 200 words or generate some art before midnight on Thursday, October 15, I will reward you with a drabble or words to my WIP.

Have fun and happy writing.
Torchwood::Jack Ianto::funny

Word of the Day 10/09/20 Vituperate

Vituperate (verb)
vituperate [ vahy-too-puh-reyt, -tyoo-, vi- ]


verb (used with or without object), vi·tu·per·at·ed, vi·tu·per·at·ing.
to use or address with harsh or abusive language; revile.

OTHER WORDS FROM VITUPERATE
vi·tu·per·a·tor, noun
un·vi·tu·per·at·ed, adjective

WORDS RELATED TO VITUPERATE
asperse, rate, castigate, vilify, condemn, growl, curse, traduce, scold, insult, lambaste, rail, denounce, censure, blame, abuse, upbraid, accuse, reproach, revile

SYNONYMS FOR VITUPERATE
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censure, vilify, berate.

ANTONYMS FOR VITUPERATE
praise, commend.

Origin: 1535–45; < Latin vituperātus (past participle of vituperāre to spoil, blame), equivalent to vituperā(re) (vitu-, variant (before a labial) of viti-, stem of vitium blemish, vice + -perāre, combining form of parāre to furnish, provide; see prepare) + -tus past participle suffix; see -ate

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