As writers we have to always be exercising our brain. Vocabulary can always be a challenge. Here are some unusual B words that you may be able to slip into your manuscript to add interest or intrigue.
Here we go. Try to use these words in your writing.
Playful banter. Sentence: Between the two news anchors there existed a badinage tinged with toxicity.
A Fool. Sentence: The guy at the party acted like a real berk the entire night.
To make bubbling sounds. Sentence: Between bites of mushed carrots the baby burbled happily.
or noun: To prattle Sentence: the constance burble of the baby made me want to scream.
A Japanese dance often preformed slowly while wearing white make-up. Sentence: The modern dance style of butoh is very popular in Japan.
The habit of unknowingly grinding the teeth especially when stressed or asleep. Sentence: A mouth guard worn at night may help with bruxism.
So, a reader–Marilyn K., said she knew all my A vocabulary words. So I told her I’d know be adding a sixth word called The Marilyn.
So: The Marilyn this month is:
A magical or holy meteoric stone often in an odd shape. Sentence: He held the betyl in front of him as the sun shone overhead.
I hope that wasn’t too easy Marilyn.
Well, there’s your vocabulary lesson for today. Thanks again to Merriam Webster for their help in figuring some of these out.
I hope you have some fun with these words. Thanks for reading My Twisted Writer Brain.