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Monthly Archives: February 2013
Benedict decides on name, shoes Pope Benedict XVI resigned as the leader of the Roman Catholics. Still without an explanation as to the cause of the resignation, we now know that he will keep the name Benedict XVI. We … Continue reading
pet-u-lant adjective 1. childish or bad-tempered The teenage boy was acting so petulant that his mother grounded him and took his car keys, because little boys aren’t allowed to drive cars.
spend-thrift noun 1. one who recklessly wastes money adjective 1. wasteful or extravagant John didn’t have to worry about being called a spendthrift, he only uses his hard-earned money to purchase necessities, nothing else.
per-spi-ca-cious adjective 1. having an available insight of something Nobody seemed to believe Ryan’s perspicacious comment about the earth’s crust, but he knew what he was talking about.
im-per-vi-ous adjective 1. not allowing something to pass through; impenetrable The German fort seemed to be impervious to the American assault.
The app that I downloaded is call Plague, Inc. It’s a game where you infect and destroy the world by evolving and upgrading your disease to be immune to the world’s efforts to cure it. It’s really quite addicting to … Continue reading
pe-des-tri-an adjective lacking excitement; dull The depressed young boy agreed to play catch, but his dad was concerned by his pedestrian manner.