December 3

sallow

sallow. s, a, l, l, o, w. sallow. Due to a sedentary lifestyle, Norman was saddled with a sallow body, and devoid of muscle. Few women looked beyond his sickly style. Those that did were honored to be acquainted with the hefty load hidden in his pants.

/ˈsæloʊ/

adjective. 1 having a yellowish color. 2 of a pale, sickly color, tinged with yellow.

Due to a sedentary lifestyle, Norman was saddled with a sallow body, and devoid of muscle. Few women looked beyond his sickly style. Those that did were honored to be acquainted with the hefty load hidden in his pants.

November 30

smite

smite. s, m, i, t, e. smite. Deborah's husband always said that he'd smite her if he ever caught her in bed with another man. He was not prepared, however, when he walked in on her in bed with a woman.

/smaɪt/

verb. 1 a to strike. b to inflict a blow upon with the hand, or with any instrument held in the hand, or with a missile thrown by the hand. 2 a to destroy the life of by beating, or by weapons of any kind b to slay by a blow. c to kill. 3 a to afflict. b to chasten. c to punish.

Deborah's husband always said that he'd smite her if he ever caught her in bed with another man. He was not prepared, however, when he walked in on her in bed with a woman.

November 29

philately

philately. p, h, i, l, a, t, e, l, y. philately. Gena always felt her husband was more passionate about philately than he was about her. After their marriage fell apart, and the divorce proceedings grew acrimonious, Gena found gratification by torching his collection in the barbecue.

/fɪˈlætli/

noun. the collection of postage stamps of various issues.

Gena always felt her husband was more passionate about philately than he was about her. After their marriage fell apart, and the divorce proceedings grew acrimonious, Gena found gratification by torching his collection in the barbecue.