Tuesday, September 10, 2019

It's Still Them

I'm pretty sure that's how you know you're falling for someone;
when you want the good and bad.

When you want everything.
Regardless of how bright , how dark.
You want it all.
because at the end of the day
it's still them


Rachel Van Dykon​

Sunday, August 25, 2019

Putative

pu·ta·tive
/ˈpyo͞odədiv/
adjective
  1. generally considered or reputed to be.
    "the putative author of the book"
    synonyms:supposed, assumed, presumed;

Erudite

er·u·dite
/ˈer(y)əˌdīt/
adjective
  1. having or showing great knowledge or learning.

    "Ken could turn any conversation into an erudite discussion"

    synonyms:learnedscholarly, well educated, knowledgeablewell read, widely read, well versed, well informedletteredculturedcultivatedcivilizedintellectual;

Saturday, August 24, 2019

Antidisestablishmentarianism

A political philosophy opposed to the separation of a religious group (church) and a government (state), especially the belief held by those in 19th century England opposed to separating the Anglican church from the civil government or to refer to separation of church and state. [ from 20th c.]

Apothecary

a·poth·e·car·y
/əˈpäTHəˌkerē/
noun
ARCHAIC
  1. a person who prepared and sold medicines and drugs.

Thursday, August 22, 2019

Resplendent

re·splend·ent
/rəˈsplendənt/
adjective
  1. attractive and impressive through being richly colorful or sumptuous.
    "she was resplendent in a sea-green dress"
    synonyms:splendidmagnificentbrilliantdazzlingglitteringglowingradiantgorgeoustranscendentimpressiveimposingspectacularstrikingstunningglorioussuperbmajesticgreatawe-inspiringbreathtakingfine

Verisimilitude

ver·i·si·mil·i·tude
/ˌvərəsəˈmiləˌt(y)o͞od/
noun
  1. the appearance of being true or real.
    "the detail gives the novel some verisimilitude"