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Welcome to another wordle this Monday. The selection is offered by another regular here at MLMM. It features words culled from Shakespeare, which is a great source and so we’re excited to see what you can make of this. Please be sure to stop in at Cressida de Nova’s lovely blog and say hi.
So 12 words = a fun challenge. Use at least 10. The words can be altered to suit your piece – flash fiction, poetry, short story etc.
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So this week’s words – Shakespearian Style:
2. distils [*alternate spelling of distills]
4. musk [a strong-smelling reddish-brown substance that is secreted by the male musk deer for scent-marking and is an important ingredient in perfumery| a relative of the monkey flower that was formerly cultivated for its musky perfume, which has been lost in the development of modern varieties| *late Middle English: from late Latin muscus, from Persian mušk, perhaps from Sanskrit muṣka ‘scrotum’ (because of the similarity in shape of a musk deer’s musk bag)]
5. viol [a musical instrument of the Renaissance and baroque periods, typically six-stringed, held vertically and played with a bow]
10. tinctured [be tinged, flavored, or imbued with a slight amount of| denoting a dye or pigment|‘imparted quality,’ likened to a tint imparted by a dye]
11. cowslip [a European primula with clusters of drooping fragrant yellow flowers in spring, growing on dry grassy banks and in pasture]
So off you go to create. And thank you Cressida de Nova for your selection 🙂
♠ I’ve provided some definitions in case these words are unfamiliar