adjective val·id ˈva-ləd 1 having legal efficacy or force especially : executed with the proper legal authority and formalities 2a well-grounded or justifiable : being at once relevant and meaningful 2b logically correct 3 appropriate to the end in view : effective 4 of a taxon : conforming to accepted principles of sound biological classification
Seeking a valid rhyme Often takes some time And it can make an author tense Working also to make some sense.
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verb ˈrōm roamed; roaming; roams intransitive verb 1 to go from place to place without purpose or direction : wander 2 to travel purposefully unhindered through a wide area 3 to use a cellular phone outside one’s local calling area transitive verb to range or wander over
If you seek a longer gloaming, You cannot just go roaming. Such a goal requires speed, Really, really fast, indeed. And if you know what’s best Head straight, and always toward the west.
Today’s word from Merriam-Webster was “gloaming”, but it is a rule, no words previously used as WotD may be used as WotD again. The background image here was used when gloaming was the WotD. Adding the silhouettes was today’s image modification. The airplane is the hint that running isn’t enough. You need to travel as fast as the Earth spins to keep dusk in sight.
verb mi·grate ˈmī-ˌgrāt mī-ˈgrāt migrated; migrating; migrates 1 intransitive : to move from one country, place, or locality to another 2 intransitive : to pass usually periodically from one region or climate to another for feeding or breeding 3 transitive : to relocate (information) from storage or operation on one computer or computer system to another 4 intransitive : to change position or location in an organism or substance
adjective mot·ley ˈmät-lē 1 variegated in color 2 made up of many different people or things noun 1 a woolen fabric of mixed colors made in England between the 14th and 17th centuries 2 a garment made of motley especially : the characteristic dress of the professional fool 3 jester, fool 4 a mixture especially of incongruous elements
Bob bought a new label maker. He’s marked each of his tool cabinet drawers with its contents: sockets, wrenches, screwdrivers, etc. And, because he loves weird words, that messy junk drawer is labeled “motley“.
noun 1 strengthening aid: a assistance, support b consolation in time of trouble or worry : solace 2a a feeling of relief or encouragement 2b contented well-being 3 a satisfying or enjoyable experience 4 one that gives or brings comfort
Most of us spend each day within our comfort zones.