5 Favorite Words Tag!

Thank You!

I’d like to give a big thank you to Sam @ RiverMoose-Reads for tagging me! She creates a lot of cool, special posts and some great reviews! Be sure to check her site out right away after this post!

(I found a note I saved from last year with words that I liked because of how they sounded so, I’m going to use them for this list.)

Rules:

  • Tag the creator ( Sam @ RiverMoose-Reads )
  • Pick five of your favorite words and share them (pictures and explanations encouraged but not required)
  • Tag at least five people and keep the tag alive!

**Definitions from Google.**


Let’s get on with the tag then!

My life just got flipped, turned upside down.
Credit: Pinterest

Eloquent

adjective
  1. fluent or persuasive in speaking or writing.
    “an eloquent speech”
  • clearly expressing or indicating something.
DUST IS ELOQUENT   LynBDesigns - Baker Street pt. 1 | Swatches, Review | Accio Lacquer
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I just mainly imagine Sherlock saying “Dust is eloquent.” It’s the very first thing that pops into my head.

Pandemonium

noun
  1. wild and noisy disorder or confusion; uproar.
Pandemonium Club (nightclub) - The Shadowhunters' Wiki - Wikia
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I just always think about the night club from City of Bones. 😂 I can’t imagine this word any other way.

Aesthetic

 adjective

  1. 1.
    concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty.

noun

  1. 1.
    a set of principles underlying and guiding the work of a particular artist or artistic movement.
Can we like, trade bedrooms or something cuz yours is beautiful
Credit: Elentori

Whereas most of these words I like because of how they sound, I just like this word mainly for how it means visually.

Glop

 noun

  1. a sticky and amorphous substance, typically something unpleasant.
  •  a soft, shapeless lump of something.
  • worthless or overly sentimental writing, music, or other material.
The hooves of horses!  Oh! witching and sweet  Is the music earth steals from the iron-shod feet;  No whisper of lover, no trilling of bird,  Can stir me as much as hooves of horses  Have stirred.  ~Will H. Ogilvie
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I just like this word for onomatopoeia. For example, I could use it to describe the noise hooves make on pavement.

Slapdash

 adjective

  1. 1.
    done too hurriedly and carelessly.
adverb
  1. 1.
    hurriedly and carelessly.

I know it means something messy and rushed, but I still imagine someone slapping another person, than making a quick getaway for it. XD

I’m very uncoordinated and very sorry
Credit: Jen

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7 thoughts on “5 Favorite Words Tag!

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    1. Haha! I’ve only learned about that word last year, but it sounded so funny when I first heard it. 😂
      And that’s ALL I can hear now, just his voice saying “Dust is eloquent.” 😂 I didn’t mean to get it stuck in your head though, sorry about that, haha.
      And no problem! I’m pretty behind as well.

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  1. LOL, such a fun tag. It’s so weird how we have favorite words. It’s just the sound of them I guess?? Or the meaning behind them? Or the image that pops up when you hear/see them? Or all three? IDK haha. I love eloquent as well! The word itself sounds so eloquent LOL

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    1. Thank you! I feel the same way! For me, it’s mainly how the word sounds that makes me like it. But really, it’s also by what I associate it with. (Like pandemonium.) And eloquent itself just sounds really nice; it’s kind of fun to say too, lol.

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