Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Wondrous Words Wednesday

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My words are taken from :  After The Fire  by J.A. Jance, which I just started reading.

1. Panoply- A complete or impressive collection of things.

2. Dichotomy- A division or contrast between two things that are represented as being opposed or entirely different.


6 comments:

  1. Two great words. I knew panoply but couldn't have come up with the definition. Thanks for commenting on my WWW too and I hope you enjoy the book.

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  2. Hi Mary Ann,

    Yeah! I knew both of your words this week, a real cause for celebration.

    I also found a great new book to add to my wishlist, from a new to me author. I don't read non-fiction, however after researching 'After The Fire' and discovering that although it has certain qualities of a memoir, it is in fact a collection of poetry, mirroring the author's feelings and emotions, my interest was definitely aroused.

    Whilst not an aficionado of poetry, I know what I like and I do enjoy dipping in and out of a poetry book, from time to time.

    Thanks for featuring this great find,

    Yvonne

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  3. I knew your words this week, but am more familiar with dichotomy than panoply.

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  4. I knew panoply because there was a store named that in a town we used to live in. Great words today!

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  5. These are two great words that I am a little familiar with, but haven't had much opportunity to use.

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  6. Lindsay- Thanks!

    Yvonne- Hope that you get to read it.

    Louise- That's great.

    Bermudaonion- That's very interesting.

    William- Thanks! for commenting.

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