Sunday, November 20, 2011
A picture is worth a 1,000 words...they are checking the new ones below.
Latest contribution from POSP stringer Tim.
1. Various religious writings of uncertain origin regarded by some as inspired, but rejected by most authorities.
2. A group of 14 books, not considered canonical, included in the Septuagint and the Vulgate as part of the Old Testament, but usually omitted from Protestant editions of the Bible.
3. Writings, statements, etc., of doubtful authorship or authenticity.
1. Light, playful banter or raillery.
2. To banter with or tease (someone) playfully.
An ardent reader; a bookworm.
To speak or write at length in a pompous or boastful manner.
Resembling the blue of the sky.
Cracks on painting: A network of small cracks that sometimes appear on the surface of oil paintings as it ages.
1. A section of a book or set of books published in installments as separate pamphlets or volumes.
2. A small bundle, tight cluster, or the like.
3. Botany. A close cluster, as of flowers or leaves.
4. Anatomy. A small bundle of nerve or muscle fibers.
1. British: A dealer in notions.
2. A dealer in men's clothing and accessories.
1. A state of drowsy contentment.
2. Also, keef. a substance, especially a smoking preparation of hemp leaves, used to produce this state.
1. Given to tears or weeping : tearful
2. Tending to cause tears : mournful
Streaked or spotted with gray or white.
Of or pertaining to the Socratic method of eliciting new ideas from someone.
Misconduct or malfeasance in public office, at one time also known as "jobbery".
To release from slavery or servitude.
1. Mawkishly emotional, overly sentimental to the point of silliness or tears.
2. Drunk to the point of crying, sobbing.
A person who hates people.
1.Neglect or failure to do one's duty, either a legal duty or a duty of office.
2.Misunderstanding or underestimation, failure to appreciate the value of something.
1. A person who sells quack medicines from a platform
2. A boastful unscrupulous pretender: Charlatan.
1. Opposition to the increase and spread of knowledge.
2. Deliberate obscurity or evasion of clarity.
Government by the mob, mob rule.
1. A volume of reprinted works of a single author or of works related in interest or theme.
2. A bus.
Pertaining to, including, or dealing with numerous objects or items at once.
1. The naming of a thing or action by a vocal imitation of the sound associated with it (as buzz, hiss).
2. The use of words whose sound suggests the sense.
1. A small or minor work.
2. A literary or musical work of small size.
Universal wisdom or knowledge.
To embezzle, to steal money entrusted to you.
Before the ultimate or last, next to the last in a row or series. The one before the next to the last is the antepenultimate.
1. To conclude or sum up a long discourse.
2. To speak or expound at length; to declaim.
Able to be seized or grasped.
1. An overly forward, impudent woman; shrew; hussy.
2. A prostitute.
3. British Dialect. A girl or young woman, especially a robust one.
1. To engage in contemplation: Meditate.
2. To chew again what has been chewed slightly and swallowed: Chew the cud.
1. Situated on the north side of the Alps: Transalpine.
2. Lying on or coming from the other side of a mountain range.