Jean, You crack me up! I just saw your comment on last week's list...of course, we haven't kicked you out of the game! (It's just that my brain cells seem to be dying off at a rapid rate, and I forgot until this morning to post the list.)
Here goes, Annie...in no certain orderbivouac - The army ants spent the night in the bivouac before heading off into the sunrise looking for prey.predisposed - The doctor told me that I was predisposed to brain farts because of my family historysporadic - All night we faced sporadic attacks from biting no-see-ums.rook - My brother is a born rook and must be watched closely.frangible - My heart is frangible, my dear, so please treat it with caredrone - Coltrane's saxophone made a long drone in a low and bluesy tone.interface - The deer stopped at the forest and field interface to sniff for wolves.amenable - My wife, thankfully, was amenable to my plans.
"Perhaps we should bivouac here, sir," suggested the corporal as he surveyed the large clearing. "This area seems secure, and the men are tired.""Oh, please," droned the captain, "don't try to rook me. This part of the forest seems quite amenable to wolves. They are likely predisposed to coming through here to get to the stream we came over back there. And even sporadic appearances could be a problem."The corporal sighed, thinking of how frangible the captain's skull appeared in the waning daylight. He briefly pondered the slender interface between accidental friendly fire and deliberate homicide before turning to the waiting soldiers. "We move on!" he shouted. "We move on!"
This week's winning sentences:The deer stopped at the forest and field interface to sniff for wolves."Perhaps we should bivouac here, sir," suggested the corporal as he surveyed the large clearing.The doctor told me that I was predisposed to brain farts because of my family history.*Note from Annie and me: You guys are amazing! Hope you come back for week 3!
Hope you remember to post the words, Debi! Now we just need a third person to play so that Rich and I don't take each other out in a Stevens family knock-down, drag-out ruckus.
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