M is for Malodorous

M is for MalodorousMalodorous serves as both a wonderful and offensive word. Wonderful because of how it sounds. The syllables issue forth like a summer river current. It moves slow but will arrive at a particular destination.

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L is for Lugubrious

L is for Lugubrious — Write RightLugubrious hints at a definition with its sound. The rare person might be able to speak the word in staccato, but most people roll the word off. It comes out slow and somehow depressing. As such, Eeyore epitomizes the adjective.

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K is for Kawaii

K is for Kawaii — Write RightOh, okay. Few people probably know the word “kawaii,” but I do. It means “cute” in Japanese, and I share it because of this ridiculous cat. Isn’t it the cutest, funniest thing ever?! Mine is somewhere in transit, and I plan to name it Harvey since I didn’t bring home the kitten I found while helping with cleanup in the Houston area.

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