Holy double winners, catman! Unbelievable! Just when you think one person will pull it out, along comes their competitor and BOOM-SHAKA-LAKA! It’s another tie! Congrats to newbie Kamron and old timer Cory! You both will owe 1 word each by this Friday at 2pm.
Yep, that’s also when THRONE / CROSS is due.
Get inspired, eh?
1.the chair or seat occupied by a sovereign, bishop, or other exalted personage on ceremonial occasions, usually raised on a dais and covered with a canopy.
2.the office or dignity of a sovereign: He came to the throne by succession.
3.the occupant of a throne; sovereign.
4.sovereign power or authority: to address one's pleas to the throne.
5.an episcopal office or authority: the diocesan throne.
7.thrones, an order of angels. Compare angel ( def 1 ) .
[kraws, kros] noun
1.a structure consisting essentially of an upright and a transverse piece, used to execute persons in ancient times.
2.any object, figure, or mark resembling a cross, as two intersecting lines.
3.a mark resembling a cross, usually an X, made instead of a signature by a person unable to write.
verb (used with object)
29.to move, pass, or extend from one side to the other side of (a street, river, etc.). Synonyms: traverse, span, bridge.
30.to put or draw (a line, lines, etc.) across.
31.to cancel by marking with a cross or with a line or lines (often followed by off or out ).
32.to mark with a cross.
verb (used without object)
44.to lie or be athwart; intersect.
45.to move, pass, or extend from one side or place to another: Cross at the intersection.
46.to meet and pass.
48.Theater . to move from one side of the stage to the other, especially by passing downstage of another actor.
adjective, cross·er, cross·est.
49.angry and annoyed; ill-humored; snappish: Don't be cross with me. Synonyms: petulant, fractious, irascible, waspish, crabbed, churlish, sulky, cantankerous, cranky, ill-tempered, impatient, irritable, fretful, touchy, testy. Antonyms: good-natured, good-humored; agreeable.
50.lying or passing crosswise or across each other; athwart; transverse: cross timbers.
51.involving a reciprocal action, interchange, or the like: a cross-endorsement of political candidates; cross-marketing of related services.
52.contrary; opposite: They were at cross purposes with each other.