Double bubble, toil and trouble… we have two winners this week! What what WHAAAT!?!? That’s right, the voters couldn’t make up their mind to which self portrait was their favorite, so they have spoken, and selected 2 winners!
Congrats to DANimal and Bryan Bruner! Each of you owes 1 word by Friday at 2pm. Don’t forget!
Now here’s your inspiration for this week’s words, due FRIDAY by 2pm. You betta ax somebody!
DARK / VISITOR
adjective, darker, darkest.
1.having very little or no light:
a dark room.
2.radiating, admitting, or reflecting little light:
a dark color.
3.approaching black in hue:
a dark brown.
4.not pale or fair; swarthy:
a dark complexion.
6.having brunette hair:
She's dark but her children are blond.
7.(of coffee) containing only a small amount of milk or cream.
8.gloomy; cheerless; dismal:
the dark days of World War II.
a dark expression.
10.evil; iniquitous; wicked:
a dark plot.
11.destitute of knowledge or culture; unenlightened.
12.hard to understand; obscure.
15.(of a theater) offering no performances; closed:
The theaters in this town are dark on Sundays.
- (of an l- sound) having back-vowel resonance; situated after a vowel in the same syllable.
Compare clear (def 24a).
- (of a speech sound) of dull quality; acoustically damped.
17.the absence of light; darkness :
I can't see well in the dark.
Please come home before dark.
19.a dark place.
20.a dark color.
verb (used with object)
21.to make dark; darken.
verb (used without object)
22.Obsolete. to grow dark; darken.
1.a person who visits, as for reasons of friendship, business, duty, travel, or the like.