Wednesday, December 5, 2007
Word of the Day
Symphony (noun) — harmony, usually of sound; characterized by a harmonious combination of elements
Word in an Excerpt from my Book (because context is good):
Henry gave Kaylin a wink. "If I were twenty years younger, I believe I'd have to marry you."
The girl giggled.
Godric and Nigel replied in unison, "Over my dead body."
Kora responded to that unlikely symphony: "In twenty-eight years, I believe the only thing you two ever agreed upon is Kaylin's well-being."
– page 181 of the fantasy novel Choices Meant for Gods
Your turn! Now, obviously, this word has another big ol' meaning that you might write your sentence about, but let's hear what you come up with.
"Some days, I just want the dragon to win."