Weekly Vocab #2.1.5 (repost #1)
|From:||Henrik Theiling <theiling@...>|
|Date:||Friday, January 26, 2007, 4:07|
Last posted: April 27th, 2003
> From: Christopher Wright <faceloran@...>
> It was Estel Telcontar, was it not, who mentioned that these words have
> not fit into their conculture? If that continues to be a problem, email
> me, and we'll work something out.
> This is dedicated to the stereotypical vacation.
> 1. vacation
> I had two weeks of vacation.
> 2. ocean
> I went to the ocean.
> 3. rain
> It rained a lot and was very cold.
> 4. market
> The open-air market remained open, though, and I had fun haggling.
> 5. ripoff
> I was the victim of many ripoffs, to the amusement of the vendors.
> 6. drunk
> I became drunk on the obligatory tourist-unfriendly drink.
> 7. to vomit
> I vomited profusely.
> 8. temple
> I enjoyed <worshipping at | seeing> the many temples there.
> 9. money
> I ran out of money after a week and a half.
> 10. to return
> I had to return on foot.
> 11. blister
> I am covered in blisters.
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:
- Argonauta, n.
type genus of the family Argonautidae: paper nautilus
- demand, v.
request urgently and forcefully; "The victim's family is demanding
compensation"; "The boss demanded that he be fired immediately"; "She
demanded to see the manager"
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