Ouch! Your tongue is sharp. It hurt my feelings....
Pettifrog: 1. To bicker or quibble over trifles or...
By Justine Landis-Hanley The words, they flew, Across the room, across the hall, Their edges sharp, tongue clipped, cutting through rational thought, Passing through flesh, to the warm belly within, Burying themselves amongst the trust. Infesting, skewing, never emerging.
A Student’s Perspective on the Somerset...
A special atmosphere, a wonderful event I have been at Somerset College for almost three years and this year will be my second Somerset Celebration of Literature. The Celebration of Literature is one of my favourite events on the College calendar. It provides endless entertainment over a three-day period. I personally think it is an excellent opportunity to get out of the classroom and engage in...
Word of The Day: adamantine
“A kiss on the hand may be quite continental, but diamonds are a girl’s best friend.” - Leo Robin
Word of the Day: Friday, February 24, 2012
adamantine \ ad-uh-MAN-teen \ , adjective; 1. Utterly unyielding or firm in attitude or opinion. 2. Too hard to cut, break, or pierce. 3. Like a diamond in luster.
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morceau \ mawr-SOH \ , noun; 1. Piece; morsel. 2. An excerpt or passage of poetry or music.
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doyenne \doi-EN, noun: A woman who is the senior member of a group, class, or profession.