Thursday, August 27, 2009

Quillly's words

It is a Quilly day. Time to take Quilly’s three words for the day and write a story.

Click on the blue highlighted words for definitions.
ambition; pessundate; & operiment-plus one other that we took from the vault at the Fortress of Dr. John- amarulence

Her failure to put an operiment on her amarulence not her ambition caused her glowing future to be pessundated.

It was his ambition in life to put an operiment over the amarulence that showed in his lapses in judgment before they pessundated his promising future as a politician.

A dragon without ambition causes amarulence on the part of hard working dragons who put an operiment over the emotion before it pessundates their image among dragons.

My amarulence toward him was exceeded only by my ambition to pessundate him but thus far he had kept a operiment on his activities

.All of the ambition that lead to his getting the new bike was pessundated by her failure to put the operiment on it before the rain and left him full of amarulence.

If you begin to use Quilly's words on your blog people will notice your ambition to increase your vocabulary. For some this will lead to amarulence but ignore them. They seek to put a operiment on everybody's growth. To let them influence you will only pessundate your growth.

So be brave, step up. Use Quilly's words.


  1. these are some harsh words this week. i think i will use them in my 55, now i am not going to try the 5 words eleven lines but i missed last week and this will give me something to write about.

  2. The dragons are so clever, and never amarulent, right? That's an emotion reserved for humans, I suspect. Well done as usual.

  3. As always, excellently done. I can't imagine a dragon without ambition, though :-)

  4. Well well done. A dragon without ambition? hmmm