Belike, you’ll enjoy these words

Welcome to Round 7 of ABC Wednesday. The meme was started by Mrs. Denise Nesbitt, and people from all over the world come together to play and share their entries. Each week word(s) beginning with the designated letter are selected and illustrate through a photo, poem or prose. My twist on the meme is selecting unusual words and pairing them with photos of familiar things in my world.

backarapper a firework made from firecrackers folded together to explode one after the other.
Army Guy was Bequeathed a Box of fireworks and we put them to good use on Independence Day. As you can see, there were some spectacular ones in the mix!

bathypelagic found in the depths of the sea.
I’d love to see a live conch sometime, but for now, I’ll be happy with the house it left.

bower space surrounded by foliage.
Tucked away inside one of downtown Playa del Carmen’s hotels, this lovely sanctuary welcomes tired tourists.

baccivorous eating berries.
Peanut and Army Wife discovered the fun of making homemade jam early this summer!

barmcloth an apron.
College Girl/Grad received many gifts for graduation to outfit her future residence. But, as you can clearly see, she has no idea what to do with this gift! Because that might involve….cooking!

*belike probably; perhaps; in all likelihood

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23 thoughts on “Belike, you’ll enjoy these words

  1. I always love your posts because I learn something new and as always, you bring us some very different, interesting, intriguing words — like your B words for the day! Thanks for the fun! Enjoy the rest of your week!



  2. ah- have you ever played the game balderdash? You have to make up a definition to words they give you. The word bathypelagic reminds me of theis game- It could mean so many things if you had not just given me the definition.

    LOVE the college girl picture. She can always make soup from the can it it.


  3. I do like fireworks so now I even know what to call one after this post.
    Great capture of College girl’s expression, very funny.
    I did nearly read the word barmcloth wrong as we have a dialect word here which is barmpot which means a silly person or one doing something silly, usually used in an affectionate manner. Perhaps it could apply to the person sending the apron:-)


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