Monday, June 9, 2008

using that vocab-game 1, week 7

Okay folks. Final week for game one. Jean, I guess the worst that can happen is that you end up in a tie, huh? We'll see how it goes...good luck everyone!










Jean said...

I left my list of sentences at home, but let's see if I can reconstruct them...

Twitching her tail, Demona thought pointedly that she would trade any or all of her plethora of human-bought toys for one large, live mouse with which to play.

He looked around nervously; the deep silence of the empty house was disquieting.

Cut the cant and speak in plain English!

At times, science is as much serendipity as it is hard work and knowledge.

Is mendacity a requirement for employment in the current White House?

He weighed seeking redress through the legal system versus seeking revenge outside the law.

Too many late nights and early mornings were making the campers fractious.

I was not ready for him to accost me so suddenly.

Rich said...

I need a comeback; here goes:

There are a plethora of wonderful spiders in my house, but Annie doesn't like any of them.

How could I not believe in serendipity when I found my Debra from all the girls at Penn State.

The press was anxious to accost the President, but he hurried to his limousine and took no questions.

It would be utter mendacity to even suggest that Baker is a bright dog.

Max was feeling fractious, and I quickly found an excuse to get out of the house.

She said she loved me, but after she stole my car, my books, and my dog, I realized that her words were cant.

It will take centuries to redress the damage from eight years of the Bush administration.

The neighbors have continued to complain, but I have become used to the disquiet caused by the beagle.