Discussion in 'Funstuff and Inspiration' started by Ray Sison, Mar 10, 2010.
diaphanous, adjective meaning transparent, gauzy
example: 'As we stood behind the waterfall, the cascade of water formed a sort of diaphonous veil in front of us.'
yes, ephemeral, meaning bried, fleeting, short-lived (like an ephemeral first romance)
a favorite of mine
sambanada I also like swan
I meant brief, not bried!
apochryphal, or of dubiuous origin; spurious...
inchoate, adjective meaning in early, rudimentary stages (the pronunciation is 'in KOH ut', maybe something you don't expect)
indefatigable, adjective meaning incapable of being tired out; not yielding to fatigue; untiring.
didactic (intended to teach or instruct)
felicitous (well-chosen, apropos, delightful)
feckless, adjective meaning lacking in purpose; careless, lazy
irascible, adjective meaning easily angered, irritable
gossamer, adroit, and encomium
Most of the four-letter ones are particular friends of mine.
"My pleasure"... such a charming way to say "thank you"
Joyful Dancer, I agree! It's lovely!
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