‘WONDROUS WORDS WEDNESDAY‘
Is a weekly meme where we share new (to us) words that we have encountered in our reading.
It is hosted by Kathy, over at BermudaOnion’s Weblog.
You can either stop by and leave a link to your own ‘mystery’ words of the week, or just browse the eclectic mix of words that others have discovered, there is always a great selection.
Don’t forget that Kathy and the rest of us, all love to read your comments as well, so that we can visit and share your words of the week!
My words this week are taken from ‘Women of a Dangerous Age’, a great contemporary fiction novel, by English author Fanny Blake.
Lou felt the familiar fillip to her spirits that came whenever she heard from one of her children.
- Confused, embarrassed, upset.
- After months of preparation for a new sign ordinance, the Planning Commission appeared discombobulated over the idea of adopting the new regulations when confronted by a few members of the public.
- Broken, mixed up.
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