WORDS FOR THE BEGINNING OF FEBRUARY

THURSDAY’S SPECIAL: PICK A WORD IN FEBRUARY – Y3


FROM PAULA:

Here we are in February already and it is time for another Pick a Word themed photo challenge. Maybe you will find the choice of today’s words stimulating, maybe too challenging, but in case you decide to join the challenge, I will be happy to look at your entries whether it is interpretation of one, several or all of the given words: innate, protuberant, rectangular, interspersed, and fluorescent.


Protuberant – our long-nosed dog!
Fluorescent in the corner!
Interspersed betwixt the shores
Intuitively watching for something
Rectangular windows

jupiter najnajnoviji

8 thoughts on “WORDS FOR THE BEGINNING OF FEBRUARY”

  1. Fluorescent is one those words that just bugs the heck out of me. Why the U before the O? That just looks so unnatural, even by our crazy ways of English spelling. I know it’s base word fluorine is the same way, but why? Why?

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