Word of the Day
Scission (noun) — the act of severing; cutting; the process of dividing; a schism; a division in a group; a split in a union; the state of being split (from Latin meaning "to cut")
Word in a Sentence: In the fantasy novel Choices Meant for Gods, a scission between Lorendell and Lenordell 500 years earlier set up the perfect dichotomy of beliefs for Julette's evil plans in the current day.
Your turn! This is the part of the blog where you get to be creative with the new vocabulary word. I thought this was a fabulous word for today because of events in my life. See what divisive and interesting sentences you can come up with to share with us today!
"Some days, I just want the dragon to win."
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