Word of the Day
Execrable (adjective) — abominable; abhorrent; very bad; deserving to be detested; wretched (from Middle English, Old French and Latin meaning "to execrate" (denounce))
Word in a Sentence: In the fantasy novel Choices Meant for Gods, the only reason Julette deigns to tolerate the execrable evil sorcerer Jamieson Drake as her partner in crime is because she knows his power will be useful as her horrid plans swing into motion.
Your turn! Put those evil and detestable thinking caps on and give me a wretched ol' sentence with today's vocabulary word. I avoided mentioning any "idiots" in mine, but everything's fair game in yours. Let's see what you can do to help us remember the meaning of this one!
"Some days, I just want the dragon to win."
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