Today’s Word of the Day is Delinquent,

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Word of the Day Challenge

The Word of the Day is Delinquent

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People are far too complicated to be able to describe in a few words so I am not even going to try.

4 thoughts on “DELINQUENT”

  1. Another ten-letter prompt.

    Denise, a young cop with resolve
    Expected a big crime to solve
    Loudly she’d holler
    Intent on a collar
    No good, her gun wouldn’t revolve.

    Queen Mo said (in t-shirt and jeans),
    “Unless those two boys eat their greens,
    Each evening at eight
    No meat on their plate.
    They’ll learn what delinquency means.”

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