Thursday, December 26, 2013

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Words. Everywhere. They surround me, meld to my bones, and comfort me. Suddenly, they’re gone. There is no text, only white…stark, blankness. Their absence leaves me longing, needing more. Always more. Then, it appears on the horizon of the page, and I succumb to my...



untoward

[uhn-tawrd, -tohrd]

adjective
1. unfavorable or unfortunate: Untoward circumstances forced him into bankruptcy.
2. improper: untoward social behavior.
3. Archaic. froward; perverse.

Origin:
1520–30; un-1 + toward
Related forms
un·to·ward·ly, adverb
un·to·ward·ness, noun 


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