Hi, people! I apologize for my 13 day absence due to drama, drama, and, more drama! I promised to blog everyday, but drama and stress get in the way…need to find some seductive muses to distract me from drama and stress…if that can be enough to make a routine I can stick to by 12.5.2013 (my next group), then 2014 will be fun, as long as I’m stable. Just remember: if I’m sleep tomorrow, no blog post, and if I haven’t blogged for a while, drama and stress, OK?
Now that the silence is cleared up, let’s get to the subject at hand, brought to you by dictionary.com and Merriam-Webster Dictionary (apps on my tablet, as mentioned before). From today on, I will post 2 blog posts about the word. I might even post 2 a day with the daily themed blog posts starting Dec. 1, so please keep an eye on that date, all right?
Today’s word (brought to you by dictionary.com app) is:
Sentence for noun meanings:
Although the UIC had popular support, its senior members included irredentists and Al Qaeda veterans, worrying Somalia’s neighbors.
Sentence for adjective meaning:
In Evelyn’s face, I saw the travels of Marco Polo, the fall of Constantinople, the irredentist yearnings of Hungaro-Romanians.
That’s all for part one, folks! I’m a post part 2 in t-minus 33 minutes!