Word of the Day
grandiloquence (noun) — pompous language; pompous speech; bombastic expression (etymology: from Latin meaning "speaking loftily")
Word in a Sentence: In the fantasy novel Choices Meant for Gods, the arrogant and power-hungry Darne Wold III uses grandiloquence when addressing the people of Onweald during his coronation—and beyond.
Your turn! I'm sorry I neglected to give you all chances to enter the eBook contest over the weekend. I was busy with writing, doctor appointments (oh, yes, more, including one on Saturday), and work. So we're back on task and getting this contest off the ground with Word of the Day this month. Just share a creative sentence with today's word and you're in! I'll post the particulars above.
"Some days, I just want the dragon to win."
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