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Thursday, January 13, 2005

Use These Uncomfortable Words As Much As Possible in a Sentence in a Social Situation

Taken from a list on my refrigerator started by Courtsie and added to by many guests for about 2 years now:

Flaccid, pulpit, papal, rectory, nuncio, bulbous, veinous, thrust, member (as something other than a person), membrane, dismember, pith, mound, mount, comport, expunge, chubby, smeary, curd, curdle, cup (as a verb), spongiform, insert, grope, erectile, tumescent, turgid, pus, worm (as a verb), plunge, fondle, stiff, bulge, shunt, fetid, dandle, squelch, eschew, discharge, prostrate, prostate, shirk, corpuscle, corpulent, squalid, grope, render, pleasure (as a verb), service (as a verb), engorge, murmur, porcine, pucker, moist, moisten, carbuncle, turbuncle, breach, broach, ointment, fecund, slake, swab, inured, manipulate, copacetic, pregnant, caress, puce, prod, probe, protrude, protract,

...to be continued???

2 Comments:

At 8:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why are these words uncomfortable? And to whom (who?)?
- Gawain

 
At 2:35 PM, Blogger princess poysen ivieee said...

...blurt, spurt, bungle, utter...

 

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