Winner and inspiration...


Well well well... It's shocking, I know, and with all those votes cast I don't know how we had the time to count them all... but, here we are and we have a winner...

So, here it is... this week's winner:


WURM!

Surprise surprise surprise!  Now get on out there and bring back two new words for Friday!

That's right!  The art for REFLECT / MENACE is due this Friday by 2pm!

Let's get inspired, shall we?


REFLECT

verb (used with object)
1.
to cast back (light, heat, sound, etc.) from a surface:
The mirror reflected the light onto the wall.
2.
to give back or show an image of; mirror.
3.
(of an act or its result) to serve to cast or bring (credit, discredit, etc.)on its performer.
4.
to reproduce; show:
followers reflecting the views of the leader.
5.
to throw or cast back; cause to return or rebound:
Her bitterness reflects gloom on all her family.
verb (used without object)
6.
to be turned or cast back, as light.
7.
to cast back light, heat, etc.
8.
to be reflected or mirrored.
9.
to give back or show an image.
10.
to think, ponder, or meditate:
to reflect on one's virtues and faults.
11.
to serve or tend to bring reproach or discredit by association:
His crimes reflected on the whole community.
12.
to serve to give a particular aspect or impression:
The test reflects well on your abilities.

MENACE

noun
1.
something that threatens to cause evil, harm, injury, etc.; a threat:
Air pollution is a menace to health.
2.
a person whose actions, attitudes, or ideas are considered dangerousor harmful:
When he gets behind the wheel of a car, he's a real menace.
3.
an extremely annoying person.
verb (used with object)menaced, menacing.
4.
to utter or direct a threat against; threaten.
5.
to serve as a probable threat to; imperil.
verb (used without object)menaced, menacing.
6.
to express or serve as a threat.

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