10 thoughts on “Deciteful words”

  1. First glances favorable and I, too, found “deciet” reason to stop and chew – flavorful. I still have some of my weekend postings but I do like to graze for a bit. This’un will be reblogged and I will try to get back soonest for a full meal…or bits of tid as I may. Thanks.

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  2. And, so-prompted I turned to an old friend from second grade – Mister Webster, because I knew something was amiss. Deceit is how the lexicographer renders. But I bend. Again, thanks for the motivation at minimum and the ponder. Any time I am moved from my bench and key to resource a word or seven I am enjoyed. No stickler I, who must confess to a coignage or six of mine own. Stamp them wurds, brother and I will test ’em with a mental tooth and, grinning, appreciate.


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