Word of the Day
Albeit (conjunction) — even though; although; notwithstanding (etymology: from Middle English "al be it" meaning "let it be entirely known")
Word in a Sentence: In the fantasy novel Choices Meant for Gods, Chariss tends to use her sharp, albeit sometimes saucy, wit to catch her charge and god, Master Rothahn off guard. (This sends her guardian Hrazon into conniptions on a regular basis.)
Your turn! I'm sorry I neglected to give you all chances to enter the eBook contest over the weekend. I was busy writing. So we're back on task with Word of the Day this week. Just share a creative sentence with today's word and you're in! At the end of the contest, the winner gets a fabulous eBook version of Choices Meant for Gods. Or you can just go get the hard copy somewhere like a book store. But this is winning. And winning is cool.
"Some days, I just want the dragon to win."
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