3WW Week No. 480

As you well know, each week I post three words. You write something using the words.

Then come back and post a link to the contribution with Mr. Linky (but please, link to the exact post, not your blog, by clicking on the exact post title and paste it to Mr. Linky below). As always, there's no hard-and-fast rule that you have to post on Wednesday.

(And if you want a hint as to when I post three new words, follow me on Twitter @tgabrukiewicz.)

I do invite everyone to check back often to read and comment on other contributions. This is, after all, a community for writers, poets and bloggers who clamor for your feedback. Share with friends. Tweet the love. Let us build this community. 

Enchanting, adjective: delightfully charming or attractive.

Fanatical, adjective: filled with excessive and single-minded zeal, obsessively concerned with something.

Giddy, adjective: having a sensation of whirling and a tendency to fall or stagger; dizzy, disorienting and alarming, but exciting, excitable and frivolous; verb: make (someone) feel excited to the point of disorientation.


3WW Week No. 479

As you well know, each week I post three words. You write something using the words.

Then come back and post a link to the contribution with Mr. Linky (but please, link to the exact post, not your blog, by clicking on the exact post title and paste it to Mr. Linky below). As always, there's no hard-and-fast rule that you have to post on Wednesday.

(And if you want a hint as to when I post three new words, follow me on Twitter @tgabrukiewicz.)

I do invite everyone to check back often to read and comment on other contributions. This is, after all, a community for writers, poets and bloggers who clamor for your feedback. Share with friends. Tweet the love. Let us build this community. 

Babble, verb: talk rapidly and continuously in a foolish, excited, or incomprehensible way, reveal something secret or confidential by talking impulsively or carelessly, make the continuous murmuring sound of water flowing over stones; noun: the sound of people talking quickly and in a way that is difficult or impossible to understand, foolish, excited, or confused talk.

Cherish, verb: protect and care for (someone) lovingly, hold (something) dear, keep (a hope or ambition) in one's mind.

Damned, adjective: (in Christian belief) condemned by God to suffer eternal punishment in hell, used for emphasis, especially to express anger or frustration, used to emphasize the surprising nature of something (damnedest). 

3W Week No. 478

As you well know, each week I post three words. You write something using the words.

Then come back and post a link to the contribution with Mr. Linky (but please, link to the exact post, not your blog, by clicking on the exact post title and paste it to Mr. Linky below). As always, there's no hard-and-fast rule that you have to post on Wednesday.

(And if you want a hint as to when I post three new words, follow me on Twitter @tgabrukiewicz.)

I do invite everyone to check back often to read and comment on other contributions. This is, after all, a community for writers, poets and bloggers who clamor for your feedback. Share with friends. Tweet the love. Let us build this community. 

Unselfish, adjective: altruistic, selfless, self-denying, self-sacrificing; generous, giving, magnanimous, philanthropic, public-spirited, charitable, benevolent, caring, kind, considerate, thoughtful, noble.

Winding, noun: twist, turn, turning, bend, loop, curve, zigzag, meander; adjective: twist, turn, turning, bend, loop, curve, zigzag, meander.

Amoral: adjective: unprincipled, without standards, without morals, without scruples, unscrupulous.




3WW Week No. 477

As you well know, each week I post three words. You write something using the words.

Then come back and post a link to the contribution with Mr. Linky (but please, link to the exact post, not your blog, by clicking on the exact post title and paste it to Mr. Linky below). As always, there's no hard-and-fast rule that you have to post on Wednesday.

(And if you want a hint as to when I post three new words, follow me on Twitter @tgabrukiewicz.)

I do invite everyone to check back often to read and comment on other contributions. This is, after all, a community for writers, poets and bloggers who clamor for your feedback. Share with friends. Tweet the love. Let us build this community. 

Tantrum, noun: an uncontrolled outburst of anger and frustration, typically in a young child.

Tear, verb: make a hole or split in (something) by pulling it or piercing it with a sharp implement, come apart; rip; noun: a hole or split in something caused by it having been pulled apart forcefully, a spell of great success or excellence in performance, a brief spell of erratic behavior; a binge or spree.

Tender, adjective: showing gentleness and concern or sympathy, (of food) easy to cut or chew; not tough, (of a plant) easily injured by severe weather and therefore needing protection, (of a part of the body) sensitive to pain, young, immature, and vulnerable, requiring tact or careful handling.

3WW Week No. 476

As you well know, each week I post three words. You write something using the words.

Then come back and post a link to the contribution with Mr. Linky (but please, link to the exact post, not your blog, by clicking on the exact post title and paste it to Mr. Linky below). As always, there's no hard-and-fast rule that you have to post on Wednesday.

(And if you want a hint as to when I post three new words, follow me on Twitter @tgabrukiewicz.)

I do invite everyone to check back often to read and comment on other contributions. This is, after all, a community for writers, poets and bloggers who clamor for your feedback. Share with friends. Tweet the love. Let us build this community. 

Pacify, verb: quell the anger, agitation, or excitement of, bring peace to (a country or warring factions), especially by the use or threatened use of military force.

Rage, noun: violent, uncontrollable anger, an instance of aggressive behavior or violent anger caused by a stressful or frustrating situation, (the rage) a widespread temporary enthusiasm or fashion, intense feeling, especially prophetic, poetic, or martial enthusiasm or ardor; verb: feel or express violent uncontrollable anger, continue with great force or intensity, (of an illness) spread very rapidly or uncontrollably, (of an emotion) have or reach a high degree of intensity.

Scarce, adjective: (especially of food, money, or some other resource) insufficient for the demand, occurring in small numbers or quantities; rare; adverb: scarcely.