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laughoutloud-club: Beautiful English Words: The 10O Most Beautiful Words in Ailurophile: A cat-lover emblage: A gathering. Becoming: Attr Beleaguer: To exhaust with attacks Brood: To think alone ng Bungalow: A small, cozy cottage Chatoyant: Like a cat's eye ely: Attractive Conflate: To blend together Cynosure: A focal point of admiration. Dalliance: A brief love affair Demesne: Dominion, territory Demure: Shy and reserved Denouement: The resolution of a mystery Desuetude: Disuse. Desultory: Slow, sluggish. Diaphanous: Filmy Dissemble ive Dulcet: Sweet, sugary. Ebullience: Bubbling enthusiasm. Effervescent: Bubbly Efflorescence: Flowering, blooming. Elision: Dropping a sound or syllable in a word r: Eloquence: Beauty and persuasion in speech. Embrocation: Rubbing on a lotion. Emollient: A softener Ephemeral: Short-lived Epiphany: A sudden revelation. Erstwhile: At one time, for a time Ethereal: Gaseous, invisible but detectable Evanescent: Vanishing quickly, lasting a very short time Evocative: Suggestive Fetching:Pretty Felicity: Pleasantness Forbearance: Withholding response to provocation. Fugacious: Fleeting hifty, sneaky Gambol: To skip or leap about joyfully Glamour: Beauty. Gossamer: The finest piece of thread, a spider's silk n: Harbinger: Messenger with news of the future Imbrication: Overlapping and forming a regular pattern. Imbroglio: An altercation or complicated situation. Imbue: To infuse, instill. Incipient: Beginning, in an early stage Ineffable: Unutterable, inexpressible Ingénue: A naive young woman. Inglenook: A cozy nook by the hearth. Insouciance: Blithe nonchalance Inure: To become jaded Labyrinthine: Twisting and turning Lagniappe: A special kind of gift. Lagoon: A small gulf or inlet. Languor: Listlessness, inactivity Lassitude: Weariness, listlessness. Lilt: To move musically or lively Lissome: Slender and graceful. Lithe: Slender and flexible. ve Mellifluous: Sweet sounding. Moiety: One of two equal parts. Mondegreen: A slip of the ear Murmurous: Murmuring Nemesis:An unconquerable archenemy Offing: The sea between the horizon and the offshore Onomatopoeia: A word that sounds like its meaning Opulent: Lush, luxuriant. Palimpsest: A manuscript written over earlier ones Panacea: A solution for all problems Panoply: A complete set. Pastiche: An art work combining materials from various sources. Penumbra: A half-shadow Petrichor: The smell of earth after rain. Plethora:A large quantity. Propinquity: An inclination. Pyrrhic: Successful with heavy losses. Quintessential: Most essential Ratatouille: A spicy French stew. Ravel: To knit or unknit. Redolent: Fragrant. Riparian: By the bank of a stream. Ripple: A very small wave Scintilla: A spark or very small thing Sempiternal: Eternal Seraglio: Rich, luxurious oriental palace or harem. Serendipity: Finding something nice while looking for something else Summery: Light, delicate or warm and sunny Sumptuous: Lush, luxurious. Surreptitious: Secretive, sneaky Susquehanna: A river in Pennsylvania Susurrous: Whispering, hissing Talisman: A good luck charm. Tintinnabulation: Tinkling. Umbrella: Protection from sun or rain. Untoward: Unseemly, inappropriate. Vestigial: In trace amounts Wafture: Waving Wherewithal: The means. Woebegone: Sorrowful, downcast THE META PICTURE laughoutloud-club: Beautiful English Words

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The war of 6810: 83% 3:41 PM 65° consultingskeletondetective: somanyfandomsasdfghjkl the-average-gatsby alright you guys have posted some pretty bad jokes on here but not one comes close to this doozy brace yourselves so there's a far-off place that consists of a perfectly triangular lake surrounded by land, with three kingdoms on the three sides of the lake the first kingdom is rich and powerful, filled with wealthy prosperous people. the second kingdom is more humble, but has its fair share of wealth and power, too. the third kingdom is struggling and poor, and barely has an army. the kingdoms eventually go to war over control of the lake, as it's a valuable resource to have. the first kingdom sends 100 of their finest knights, clad in the best armor and each with their own personal squire. the second kingdom sends 50 of their knights, with fine leather armor and a few dozen squires of their own. the third kingdom sends their one and only knight, an elderly warrior who has long since passed his prime, with his own personal squire. the night before the big battle, the knights in the first kingdom drink and make merry, partying into the late hours of the night. the knights in the second kingdom aren't as well off, but have their own supply of grog and also drink late into the night. in the third camp, the faithful squire gets a rope and slings it over the branch of a tall tree, making a noose, and hangs a pot from it. he fills the pot with stew and has a humble dinner with the old knight the next morning, the knights in the first two kingdoms are hung over and unable to fight, while the knight in the third kingdom is old and weary, unable to get up. in place of the knights, the squires from all three kingdoms go and fight. the battle lasts long into the night, but by the time the dust settled, only one squire was left standing- the squire from the third kingdom. and it just goes to show you that the squire of the high pot and noose is equal to the sum of the squires of the other two sides What have we become How dare you make me read that Source the-average-ga... 106,189 notes 11 The war of 6810

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For Those Who Love Our Languagehttp://advice-animal.tumblr.com/: The 100 Most Beautiful Words in English Ailurophile: A cat-lover. Assemblage: A gathering. Becoming: Attractive. Beleaguer: To exhaust with attacks. Brood: To think alone. Bucolic: In a lovely rural setting. Bungalow: A small, cozy cottage. Chatoyant: Like a cat's eye. Comely: Attractive. Conflate: To blend together. Cynosure: A focal point of admiration. Dalliance: A brief love affair. Demesne: Dominion, territory. Demure: Shy and reserved. Denouement: The resolution of a mystery. Desuetude: Disuse. Desultory: Slow, sluggish. Diaphanous: Filmy. Dissemble: Deceive. Dulcet: Sweet, sugary. Ebullience: Bubbling enthusiasm. Effervescent: Bubbly. Efflorescence: Flowering, blooming. Elision: Dropping a sound or syllable in a word. Elixir: A good potion. Eloquence: Beauty and persuasion in speech. Embrocation: Rubbing on a lotion. Emollient: A softener. Ephemeral: Short-lived. Epiphany: A sudden revelation. Erstwhile: At one time, for a time. Ethereal: Gaseous, invisible but detectable. Evanescent: Vanishing quickly, lasting a very short time. Evocative: Suggestive. Fetching:Pretty. Felicity: Pleasantness. Forbearance: Withholding response to provocation. Fugacious: Fleeting. Furtive: Shifty, sneaky. Gambol: To skip or leap about joyfully. Glamour: Beauty. Gossamer: The finest piece of thread, a spider's silk Halcyon: Happy, sunny, care-free. Harbinger: Messenger with news of the future. Imbrication: Overlapping and forming a regular pattern. Imbroglio: An altercation or complicated situation. Imbue: To infuse, instill. Incipient: Beginning, in an early stage. Ineffable: Unutterable, inexpressible. Ingénue: A naïve young woman. Inglenook: A cozy nook by the hearth. Insouciance: Blithe nonchalance. Inure: To become jaded. Labyrinthine: Twisting and turning. Lagniappe: A special kind of gift. Lagoon: A small gulf or inlet. Languor: Listlessness, inactivity. Lassitude: Weariness, listlessness. Leisure: Free time. Lilt: To move musically or lively. Lissome: Slender and graceful. Lithe: Slender and flexible. Love: Deep affection. Mellifluous: Sweet sounding. Moiety: One of two equal parts. Mondegreen: A slip of the ear. Murmurous: Murmuring. Nemesis:An unconquerable archenemy. Offing: The sea between the horizon and the offshore. Onomatopoeia: A word that sounds like its meaning. Opulent: Lush, luxuriant. Palimpsest: A manuscript written over earlier ones. Panacea: A solution for all problems Panoply: A complete set. Pastiche: An art work combining materials from various sources. Penumbra: A half-shadow. Petrichor: The smell of earth after rain. Plethora:A large quantity. Propinquity: An inclination. Pyrrhic: Successful with heavy losses. Quintessential: Most essential. Ratatouille: A spicy French stew. Ravel: To knit or unknit. Redolent: Fragrant. Riparian: By the bank of a stream. Ripple: A very small wave. Scintilla: A spark or very small thing. Sempiternal: Eternal. Seraglio: Rich, luxurious oriental palace or harem. Serendipity: Finding something nice while looking for something else. Summery: Light, delicate or warm and sunny. Sumptuous: Lush, luxurious. Surreptitious: Secretive, sneaky. Susquehanna: A river in Pennsylvania. Susurrous: Whispering, hissing. Talisman: A good luck charm. Tintinnabulation: Tinkling. Umbrella: Protection from sun or rain. Untoward: Unseemly, inappropriate. Vestigial: In trace amounts. Wafture: Waving. Wherewithal: The means. Woebegone: Sorrowful, downcast For Those Who Love Our Languagehttp://advice-animal.tumblr.com/

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