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Topic: fabricate
Posted: Monday, June 24, 2019 9:45:42 AM
Daemon wrote:
fabricate

(verb) Make up something artificial or untrue.

Synonyms: cook up, invent, manufacture

Usage: Did Harold really wrestle a bear, or did he fabricate the story to impress us?


…..

It's imperative that public figures not fabricate
anything that they pass on to others.
Topic: epigram
Posted: Monday, June 24, 2019 9:35:30 AM
Daemon wrote:
epigram

(noun) A witty, often paradoxical remark, concisely expressed.

Synonyms: quip

Usage: These gentlemen were obliged to be civil in public, yet they cut at each other with epigrams that were as sharp as razors.


…….

The meeting of former ambassadors was filled with
friendly greetings , recollections , photography
and the bantering of epigrams.
Topic: billow
Posted: Monday, June 24, 2019 8:52:45 AM
Daemon wrote:
billow

(verb) Rise up as if in waves.

Synonyms: wallow

Usage: Smoke from the burning building billowed up into the sky, obscuring the sun.



DEFINITION : bil·low [ˈbilō]

NOUN
a large undulating mass of something, typically cloud, smoke, or steam.
synonyms: cloud · mass
VERB
(of fabric) fill with air and swell outward.
"her dress billowed out around her"
synonyms: puff up/out · balloon (out) · swell · fill out · bulge out · belly out
………………
The vacationing family arrived in plenty of time to watch
this summer's Hot Air Balloon Fest start with each balloon
beginning to steadily billow .
Topic: ascription
Posted: Saturday, June 22, 2019 4:23:04 AM
Daemon wrote:
ascription

(noun) Assigning some quality or character to a person or thing.

Synonyms: attribution

Usage: The ascription to me of honors I had not earned left me feeling guilty and ashamed.


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The best ascription one could give about that very special gold-brown
Camaro is that whenever it hit the speed of 63 mph , it would perform
so smoothly in sound and feel , that it almost seemed to purr. :)
Topic: snivel
Posted: Saturday, June 22, 2019 4:09:05 AM
Daemon wrote:
snivel

(verb) Cry or whine with snuffling.

Synonyms: blubber

Usage: Put your handkerchief away—don't snivel before me.


…..

The defense attorney advised her client to not snivel
in court , no matter how the proceedings finish.
Topic: satiate
Posted: Friday, May 31, 2019 7:20:27 AM
Daemon wrote:
satiate

(verb) Fill to satisfaction.

Synonyms: replete, sate, fill

Usage: There is enough cake to satiate all of our party guests.




The new kitty cat that came by for regular visits
certainly liked to satiate itself with a bowl of tuna.
:)
Topic: ameliorate
Posted: Friday, May 31, 2019 6:31:57 AM
Adyl Mouhei wrote:
One obstacle to amelioration is complacency.




Quite correct ! Applause
Topic: forbearance
Posted: Friday, May 31, 2019 6:28:33 AM
Daemon wrote:
forbearance

(noun) Good-natured tolerance of delay or incompetence.

Synonyms: longanimity, patience

Usage: Nevertheless, his army rebelled in Spain; this arose from nothing but his too great forbearance, which gave his soldiers more license than is consistent with military discipline.



[ DEFINITION : FORBEARANCE - ( NOUN )
patient self-control; restraint and tolerance. ]
...


The screening procedures in airports these days definitely
requires a significant level of forbearance .
Topic: wrapper
Posted: Friday, May 31, 2019 6:18:47 AM
Daemon wrote:
wrapper

(noun) A loose dressing gown for women.

Synonyms: housecoat, negligee, peignoir

Usage: She wore a faded old wrapper, and her gray hair was decidedly untidy.




The elderly roommate put on a brocade wrapper as
she exited her room , then went in search of a candy bar
with a tight wrapper and a glass of milk
.
Topic: sufferable
Posted: Friday, May 31, 2019 6:04:05 AM
Daemon wrote:
sufferable

(adjective) Capable of being borne though unpleasant.

Synonyms: bearable, endurable, supportable

Usage: He winced as he felt the bump on his head, but he decided that as long as the pain was sufferable he would attend the dance.




The unpleasantness of political campaigning through each election
cycle is certainly sufferable when one remembers the high cost of
losing your democracy through indifference
.

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