Zemblanty: The inevitable discover of what we would rather not to know; the opposite of serendipity.

Zemblanty: The inevitable discover of what we would rather not to know; the opposite of serendipity.

List of Opposite Adjectives Vocabulary list by Opposites (or Antonyms) List of Common Adverbs Adjectives by Category Adjectives – Flashcard big, small blunt, sharp cheap, expensive clean, dirty difficult, easy empty, full fast, slow fat, thin front, back good, bad hart, soft heavy, light here, there high, low hot, cold left, right light, dark long, …

List of Opposite Adjectives Vocabulary list by Opposites (or Antonyms) List of Common Adverbs Adjectives by Category Adjectives – Flashcard big, small blunt, sharp cheap, expensive clean, dirty difficult, easy empty, full fast, slow fat, thin front, back good, bad hart, soft heavy, light here, there high, low hot, cold left, right light, dark long, …

Fernweh can grab hold of us anytime, anywhere. During a particularly bad case of fernweh the most obscure reference to foreign climes or smallest reminder of a far-flung land where happy memories were made can be unbearable. As yet, there’s only one cure; where did you put your passport?

Fernweh can grab hold of us anytime, anywhere. During a particularly bad case of fernweh the most obscure reference to foreign climes or smallest reminder of a far-flung land where happy memories were made can be unbearable. As yet, there’s only one cure; where did you put your passport?

ASPECTABUND (adj) letting or being able to let expressive emotions show easily through one's face and eyes.

ASPECTABUND (adj) letting or being able to let expressive emotions show easily through one's face and eyes.

I throw my hands up in annoyance. "No. Why does everyone ask that? Here's what's happened: Crandall persuaded him to ask me out, and now...... I don't even think he knows I'm in camp I've been dodging him that much." I say.

I throw my hands up in annoyance. "No. Why does everyone ask that? Here's what's happened: Crandall persuaded him to ask me out, and now...... I don't even think he knows I'm in camp I've been dodging him that much." I say.

28 Beautiful Words The English Language Should Steal

28 Beautiful Words The English Language Should Steal

Mary (Egads) posted this link to this great post on Buzzed about foreign words we should steal immediately. Tell us four happy things that happened to you this week so we can get all mudita-y.

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