In celebration of Valentine’s Day, I thought love words were apt for today’s post. Thanks again to http://phrontistery.info/clw.html – for such a wonderful source of language.
amorevolous 1670 -1670
affectionate; loving – Our father, though amorevolous, could be a strict taskmaster at times.
gnathonize 1619 -1727
to flatter – I can tell that you’re just trying to gnathonize me, you sycophantic buffoon!
mariturient 1765 -1765
eager to marry – He was beset with offers from several distant cousins who were desperately mariturient.
My sentence – His words did gnathonize me and his gentle touch showed amorevolous, these things told me he was mariturient and I made up my mind to accept upon his proposal.
Can you use the words to make a sentence, a poem or short story?
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February 16, 2016 at 6:33 am
Thank you for the opportunity
February 16, 2016 at 4:49 pm
Very interesting concept… Inclusion of these words would sure make a train wreck of a sonnet, but still…
February 16, 2016 at 6:56 pm
Well that’s true, Myke not sure I would be able to create a sonnet from them either! However,the words are interesting none the less. Thanks for dropping by.