Saturday, March 17, 2007
Contrariety (noun) – The condition of being opposing in character or purpose; a discrepancy (its root is ‘contrary,’ which is from Middle English, Old French, and Latin)
Word in a Sentence: Although Chariss has no Irish blood in her, her overwhelming contrariety after Nigel’s departure for Bellan makes her bad company for the rest of the cast in my novel Choices Meant for Gods.
Your turn! Any Irish contrariness in your mind today? Write a sentence about it to share with the other visitors to The Dragon.
“Some days, I just want the dragon to win.”
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