Okay, we haven’t done this for a while. We’ve been sidetracked by world events: Annapolis, Gaza, Syrian Nukes, Iranian Nukes, the NIE Report. Gee-willikers, the sheer weight of world events is just exhausting. But you know what? We should never stray too far from our core passion: language and its awesome power.
That’s why we never tire of this verse:
Death and life lie in the power of the tongue.
—Mishlei, Proverbs 18:21.
If you’re new to our little contest, here’s the drill: we’ve listed three really obscure English words. Your job—if you choose to risk the assignment—is to compose one single coherent and witty sentence using all three words.
Send the sentence to our comments section.
And the best Seraphic Sentence is the winner.
n. the act of imagining a person naked
n. the dislike of beautiful women
n. one who constantly contradicts his companions