Word of the Day
Vulnerable (adjective) – susceptible to injury, harm, danger, attack; not well defended against attack (etymology: from Latin "vulnerare" meaning "to wound")
Word in a Sentence: In the upcoming fantasy novel Choices Meant for Kings, Nigel believes Chariss will be vulnerable to her enemies if she leaves the safety of his palatial estate to take Rohne on his quest to the Southlands.
Your turn! I'm going for somewhat spooky words this week, for obvious reasons. What not-so-safe thoughts can you come up with to share with the audience out there? This is your last week to get in on the October Word of the Day contest!
"Some days, I just want the dragon to win."
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