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Word Of The Every Other Day

Mollify [mol–uh-fahy]  verb (used with object), mollified, mollifying. Definitions for mollify to soften in feeling or temper, as a person; pacify; appease. to mitigate or reduce; soften: to mollify one’s demands. Citations for mollify …my mother would be dragged from … Continue reading

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Create Powerful Imagery in Your Writing

Another great article on the topic of ‘Show, Don’t Tell’. This is a subject I dearly want to master and I’ve been scouring the internet for information on it. This is one of the better articles I’ve come across. I … Continue reading

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Companionable

companionable \kum-PAN-yuh-nuh-bul\   DEFINITION adjective : marked by, conducive to, or suggestive of companionship : sociable   EXAMPLES I’ve come to enjoy sharing a dorm room with Brad; he’s a companionable roommate and we get along well together. “Most of … Continue reading

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10 Questions Your Readers Shouldn’t Have to Ask

  The following is a post from K.M. Weiland’s website which I have a link to in my blogroll. I came across it the other day and found it quite helpful and insightful. As I read through the list they … Continue reading

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