Weekly Vocab #1.1.10 (repost #1)
|From:||Henrik Theiling <theiling@...>|
|Date:||Friday, November 3, 2006, 4:05|
Last posted: May 31st, 2002
> From: Aidan Grey <grey@...>
> Brought to you by a (architecture), d (directions), and subordinate clauses.
> Note: I'm going to give fewer context sentences since it seems that 10 is too
> 1. house
> 2. wall
> 3. door
> 4. threshhold
> 5. window
> 6. lock (v or n)
> 7. room
> 8. bathroom
> 9. corner
> 10. ceiling
> My house has a door that faces north, but windows that face east and west.
> That unusual house has 6 walls per room.
> The threshhold is where the door is.
> There aren't any locks on the doors, not even on the bathroom door.
> In the southern corner, against the ceiling, there are many cobwebs.
Bonus Vocab from WordNet:
This is randomly selected automatically, so in case it offends you
or you disagree, please either ignore or be inspired to make up
different words and/or phrases:
- downy manzanita, n.
erect openly branched California shrub whose twigs are woolly when young
- camouflage, v.
disguise by camouflaging; exploit the natural surroundings to disguise something;
"The troops camouflaged themselves before they went into enemy territory"
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