Thursday, 14 April 2011

Word of the Day and an Apology

Before I impart the word of the day, T.E.R would like to apologise for not blogging about any books recently and to reassure you that we are still reading, but in snatches between the tedious hours of revision. I am currently delving into The Way of all Flesh by Samuel Butler and will blog about it if and when I finish.
Now on to the important stuff:


1. (Of a person) At the point of death
2. (Of a thing) In terminal decline; lacking vitality of vigor

Sentence example: The flowers that Talia tried to look after were in an entirely moribund state after only two days.

By Talia

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