Thursday, March 12, 2009
TWT #5 - Hitonious in the Extreme
Quilly has a weekly game called Three Word Thursday. This is Week 5. Learn how to play and learn some new-old words.
Hitonious in the Extreme
Something teterrimous has happened that affects us all in ways that are beyond our mundane imaginations. Once you become aware of this most horrendous of circumstances you may lose your sanity. I saw a grown man sob when he viewed the hideous news on the wires. The horrid situation must be rectified and each of us must do our part or we will all be responsible for the hitonious results.
Join the campaign wagon or trail or footpath at JD's blog and help her in her crusade. I am suggesting she go to "wikitionary" and try to add an entry of her own. There, I have done my part to further her cause. What about you?
I believe her word, mellifluous in its pronounability, has been used often enough now by some very clever communicators to qualify as a bonafide word.
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Bulwinkle has a hitonious expression!ReplyDelete
Now that was a trully unique way of using Quilly's words.ReplyDelete
That was different but we will help JD.ReplyDelete
First thing I stumbled upon when I was looking up "hitonious" was this very interesting blog of hers. I think she DOES deserve to get this word into the dictionary where it belongs. You did an amazing job promoting this through this post!!ReplyDelete
May JD's cause prevail. It's a great word. Well done.ReplyDelete
I think that if JD weren't traveling (again) and incommunicado right now, she would be very pleased with you!ReplyDelete
that's a great point in case!ReplyDelete
(even word verification says: efort)
Tom: Yes, but did you see his fan?ReplyDelete
Dr. John: Hum, is “unique” a code word for hitonious?
Betty: “different” is too, itsn’t it?
Jientje: Maybe it will happen for her now.
Raven: I am using the word at work.
Quilly: She’s missing her own party.
Juliana: It is meant to be.
Oh this is fun. Thanks to cyber space. Thru it I fly and land on wonderful pages. Thanks for following me, too! It's highly appreciated. Now, gotta go to Quilly. See you.ReplyDelete
Great use of Quilly's words, Nessa. Short and sweet. I like that a lot.ReplyDelete
Blossom: This all is loads of fun.ReplyDelete
Alice: Short is always good nowadays.
WHoof! I likes yur pikture of the moose. Funny how he put his head through yur wall and just stands there. Arf, arf, arf.ReplyDelete
Reba: We likes animals, especially puppies.ReplyDelete