The Word of the Day is Concinnity,

Yep, I didn’t know what that meant either, click on the link to the word of the day post to find out what it means and have fun using it in a story or a poem.

Word of the Day Challenge

The word for today is CONCINNITY.   It means “elegance or neatness of literary or artistic style.”  

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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.

2 thoughts on “CONCINNITY”

  1. Catherine Smithson from Bristol
    Only possessed one small pistol.
    Not noted for class,
    Cath opted for glass
    Instead of the usual crystal.

    Now it’s known that the gunmaker’s craft
    Not only revolves round the shaft;
    If you’d seen the candle
    They put in the handle,
    You would most likely have laughed.

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