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Monthly Archives: September 2012
Fat-u-ous adjective 1. foolish, inane; silly The young boy’s fatuous request for homework resulted in the entire class having to pay for his mistake with an extra page of work. Advertisements
col-lu-sion noun 1. a secret agreement; a conspiracy The 2 criminals were in collusion to kidnap the President and hold him for ransom.
mu-nif-i-cent adjective 1. giving freely; very generous The munificent billionaire donates $5 million to charity every winter time. He feels that it helps keep him from turning into a scrooge.
I chose this novel because I am quite interested in this novel, the more that I think about it. At first, it was a choice because I had to make one, but now, I want to read this because it … Continue reading
doc-ile adjective 1. easily managable, simple 2. calm, settled The young boy was docile after he crashed from his sugar rush from 2 hours ago.
I would like for my game to be a platform game. I am not sure if I would like scrolling, but if i do, it would be side-scrolling. The objective is to get through 9 rooms, in the tenth room, … Continue reading
blath-er noun 1. foolish or nonsensical talk Effie, stop your incoherent blather. You don’t know what you are talking about.