OBSTREPEROUS Adjective (ob-strep-er-ous) Marked by unruly or aggressive noisiness. The quiet protest turned OBSTREPEROUS when another group joined with the marchers
GENUFLECT Verb (jen-yoo-flect) To bend knee or touch one knee to the floor in reverence or worship. In a respect full or religious way. She knew she must GENUFLECT before the king, but a loud crash diverted her attention.
SUCCINT Adjective (suc-cint) Expressed in few words. Concise. Said in a clear and short way. His defense was SUCCINT, but believe able.
Even duct tape can’t fix stupid…but it can muffle the sound; Of course I talk to myself, sometimes I need expert advice; I don’t have white hair. I have “wisdom highlights”. I’m just very wise; The kids text me “plz” which is shorter than please. I text back “no” which is shorter than “yes”; If…
TRANSPICIOUS Adjective (tran-spik-yuh-wus) Clearly seen through or understood. Her motives were TRANSPICIOUS
VOCIFEROUS Adjective (vo-cif-er-ous) Expressing feelings or opinions in a very loud or forceful way. The quiet protest turned VOCIFEROUS when a large group joined the protesters.
VACUOUS Adjective (vak-yoo-uh-s) Not expressing or showing intelligent thought or purpose He had a VACUOUS expression on his face
PERNICIOUS adjective (per-ni-cious) Causing great harm or damage often in a way that is not easily seen or noticed. Identity thieft is a PERNICIOUS and costly fraud.
So what did you pass around the dinner table in “the old days”? A snifter of brandy? Pictures of children and/or grandchildren? The newest craze is to pass around a blood pressure cuff! Now I’m not telling you how to add to that “fun”…you’re on your own!
Kudos to Donna Condon for her dedicated service as Chairman of the In-house Decorating Committee. Donna faithfully directed the talented committee members for more than 10 years until health problems interfered and she was forced to resign. During her service Donna found it fun to creatively decorate the dinner tables for special and holiday meals.…