enmity. e, n, m, i, t, y. enmity. Oliver never understood the enmity his wife had for her younger sister. She'd obfuscate when he asked, only saying that that they never got along. She would not open up no matter how he pressed, and so, after some weeks, Oliver suspended his inquiry. But Oliver didn't have to wait too long for the answer. Later, when the family came together for the holidays, Oliver found himself alone with his sister-in-law. It was the first time this had happened in ten years of marriage. She slid over to Oliver, put her hands on his shoulders, and looked deeply into his eyes. She reached for his crotch and dropped to her knees. She pulled out his cock and brought it closer to her mouth. "Oh boy," he said. "Oh boy."

/ˈɛn mɪ ti/

noun. 1 a the quality of being an enemy. b hostile or unfriendly disposition. 2 a a state of opposition. b hostility.

Oliver never understood the enmity his wife had for her younger sister. She'd obfuscate when he asked, only saying that that they never got along. She would not open up no matter how he pressed, and so, after some weeks, Oliver suspended his inquiry. But Oliver didn't have to wait too long for the answer. Later, when the family came together for the holidays, Oliver found himself alone with his sister-in-law. It was the first time this had happened in ten years of marriage. She slid over to Oliver, put her hands on his shoulders, and looked deeply into his eyes. She reached for his crotch and dropped to her knees. She pulled out his cock and brought it closer to her mouth. "Oh boy," he said. "Oh boy."

elide. e, l, i, d, e. elide. Bragging to his friends about the girl he fucked the night before, Henry chose to elide that she was fat and had some sort of skin issue. Proving himself a stud was what mattered most, and well worth the risk associated with sharing a mattress with a communicable rash.

/ɪˈlaɪd/

verb. 1 a to suppress. b omit. c ignore. d pass over. 2 a to break or dash in pieces. b to demolish. 3 a to cut off, as a vowel or a syllable, usually the final one. b to subject to elision.

Bragging to his friends about the girl he fucked the night before, Henry chose to elide that she was fat and had some sort of skin issue. Proving himself a stud was what mattered most, and well worth the risk associated with sharing a mattress with a communicable rash.

vicissitude. v, i, c, i, s, s, i, t, u, d, e. vicissitude. Doctor Sanchez stood silent as he studied Kenny's lab work. He cleared his throat. "Drugs are supposed to treat illnesses," the doctor said taking off his glasses. "Not the vicissitudes of living." Kenny looked down. "But Doc! The headaches. They're getting bad." The doctor looked at the chart again. "Kenny. Kenny. Then why do you have horse tranquilizers in your blood work? What's the Viagra for? Cocaine?" Kenny's eyes met the doctors, tears running down his cheeks. "Headaches Doc. Headaches."

/vɪˈsɪs ɪˌtud/

noun. 1 a irregular change. b revolution. c mutation. 2 a regular change or succession from one thing to another. b alternation. c mutual succession. d interchange.

Doctor Sanchez stood silent as he studied Kenny's lab work. He cleared his throat. "Drugs are supposed to treat illnesses," the doctor said taking off his glasses. "Not the vicissitudes of living." Kenny looked down. "But Doc! The headaches. They're getting bad." The doctor looked at the chart again. "Kenny. Kenny. Then why do you have horse tranquilizers in your blood work? What's the Viagra for? Cocaine?" Kenny's eyes met the doctors, tears running down his cheeks. "Headaches Doc. Headaches."