I asked for words and did you ever respond! I couldn’t choose…. I just couldn’t. Too many lovely words and even better stories (seriously… go read ’em). You are all so inspiring – and thank you for the new year wishes too!
So I RANDOM.ORG’d it. Kathleen K – with the lovely word CORUSCATE – look for an email from me!
Here’s what Kathleen wrote:
I came across a good word a while ago but can’t remember how or where. I like it for the example Merriam-Webster gives because my husband has a 57 Ford Fairlane convertible with an awesome chrome grille. The word is “coruscate” and the example is: “a classic car from the 1950s, replete with yards of coruscating chrome”. The actual definition is “to give off or reflect in bright beams or flashes; to be brilliant or showy in technique or style”. Awesome word!
Yes! An awesome word!