I am a fledgling writer with a primary interest in writing historical fiction. It’s what I also love to read the most. I’m mainly interested in the Middle Ages, Elizabethan England, the Reniassance, and the late 1800s/early 1900s. I’m hard at work doing research for a book set in medieval Wales so any help with that would be greatly appreciated.
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Apple-polish is a verb meaning either 1) to attempt to ingratiate oneself, or 2) to curry favor with using flattery. In Ken Follett’s A Dangerous Fortune, the character of Micky Miranda successfully apple-polishes his way into the Pilaster family. Filed under: Word of the Day Tagged: apple-polish, word of the…
Doch-an-dorris is a noun meaning a parting drink. “To Connor, one last doch-an-dorris before his marriage tomorrow to Charlotte!” said Ethan to their group of friends. Filed under: Word of the Day Tagged: Doch-an-dorris, word of the day
Fungible is an adjective describing something as interchangeable. While listening to the radio today I was struck by the fungible sound of many of the artists and wished for something different. Filed under: Word of the Day Tagged: Fungible, word of the day