Friday Freewrite: L-O-N-G Words
Write a story using L-O-N-G words like these:
- Magnanimous: courageously noble; unselfish.
- Parsimonious: economical; frugal.
- Accoutrements: accessories.
- Inconsequential: meaningless; not important.
- Incomprehensibility: impossible to comprehend or understand.
- Sesquipedalian: characterized by long words; long-winded
- Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia: one of the longest words in the English dictionary and its definition is fear of long words!
BONUS: Honorificabilitudinitatibus is from a medieval Latin word which can be translated as “the state of being able to achieve honors.” (Fun fact: it’s mentioned in Shakespeare’s play, Love’s Labour’s Lost.)
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