Get your red hot MONSTER / ELEMENT’s!

Friday.  Oh how we long to see your shining face.  Every week we embrace your soft gentle touch, as if brushing the hair of a newly born baby… Speaking of, I, your R-WAC admin, will be having my third child next week, so the posts may be a bit dicey the next 2 weeks.  I will pledge to post up the info as I can, but no promises.  We may extend the challuunge next week, so be ready!

Anyways, your words for next week will be:

POISON / DESTRUCTION

 

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And now, without much ado about nothing… your submissions for this week’s words: MONSTER / ELEMNENT… Enjoy!

 

Aaron Pena:

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Adina:

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DANimal:

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Garrett Hill:

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Kay R. Warren:

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Reno Geek #1:

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Reno Geek #2:

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Wurm:

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We have a winner for ATHLETE / VODKA!!!

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…and with 46% of the votes, DANimal is our winner!  Congrats good buddy!  It’s now your turn to come  up with the next set of words.  You have until this Friday!  So get on it!

As for this week, your words are:

MONSTER / ELEMENT

Inspiration:

mon·ster  - /ˈmɒnstər/ [mon-ster]
noun

1.a legendary animal combining features of animal and human form or having the forms of various animals in combination, as a centaur, griffin, or sphinx.

2.any creature so ugly or monstrous as to frighten people.

3.any animal or human grotesquely deviating from the normal shape, behavior, or character.

4.a person who excites horror by wickedness, cruelty, etc.

5.any animal or thing huge in size.

6.Biology .

     a.an animal or plant of abnormal form or structure, as from marked malformation or the absence of certain parts or organs.

     b.a grossly anomalous fetus or infant, especially one that is not viable.

7.anything unnatural or monstrous.

el·e·ment - /ˈɛləmənt/ [el-uh-muhnt]
noun

1.a component or constituent of a whole or one of the parts into which a whole may be resolved by analysis: Bricks and mortar are elements of every masonry wall.

2.Chemistry . one of a class of substances that cannot be separated into simpler substances by chemical means. See also chart under periodic table.

3.a natural habitat, sphere of activity, environment, etc.: to be in one's element; Water is the element of fish.

4.elements.

     a.atmospheric agencies or forces; weather: a ruddy complexion from exposure to the elements.

     b.the rudimentary principles of an art, science, etc.: the elements of grammar.

     c.the bread and wine of the Eucharistic service.

5.any group of people singled out within a larger group by identifiable behavior patterns, common interests, ethnic similarities, etc.: He worried that the protest rally would attract the radical element.

6.one of the substances, usually earth, water, air, and fire, formerly regarded as constituting the material universe.

7.Mathematics .

     a.an infinitesimal part of a given quantity, similar in nature to it.

     b.an entity that satisfies all the conditions of belonging to a given set.

8.Geometry . one of the points, lines, planes, or other geometrical forms, of which a figure is composed.

9.Astronomy . any of the data required to define the precise nature of an orbit and to determine the position of a planet in the orbit at any given time.

10.Electricity . an electric device with terminals for connection to other electrical devices.

11.Radio. one of the electrodes in a vacuum tube.

12.Astrology . any of the four triplicity groupings of signs: fire, earth, air, or water.

13.Optics. any of the lenses or other components constituting an optical system.

14.Grammar . any word, part of a word, or group of words that recurs in various contexts in a language with relatively constant meaning.