Welcome back to the Wednesday Word.
(Disclaimer: all words are a product of my imagination. If you should find any Wednesday Word in a dictionary, a/ shame on you for looking it up and not making up your own definition and b/ I didn’t know it was there.)
Today’s word: OTSYDYL
Adjective: An artificial or chemical smell.
Example: Her grandfather had died months before but the otsydyl scent of machinery and medicine lingered on.
So, what do you think OTSYDYL means? Leave your definitions and example sentences in the comments!
Be A Bard is a storytelling card game. You play a card and keep the story going according to what’s on the card, the object being to lose all your cards. And no, it’s not quite that simple but that’s the gist of it. Today we will riff off the below image – Stone Circle. If you’d like to join in the story, just leave a comment!
“The Bard relates that Jessie was fast asleep, dreaming of Snakes and Ladders, when she woke up to find herself cold and confused in a circle of standing stones, covered with strange designs…”
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