I'm sure we are going to discord on many things once we get to know each other a little bit better. What do you think of my use of the term discord. It can be used as a verb (even if archaic sounding). Would you like to get into a quarrel over it, Mr. Grammar stickler?
How else can I use a discordous something. I'm trying to make up words. Can we undiscord something? How about make it an adj. There is -ous, -al, -ing, -ite, ...
Ill feeling and contention fill the air when the energy is in discord. It may cause us to have a falling-out, a war as some call it - I get the high ground. You get to come up the hill facing the sun. There will be a lack of harmony.
Jar. He you been jarred before? Will you mind sharing that story with me?
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My Completed Freewriting prompts:
- Faster Than Light
- Cane (Bonus: Red Wine)
- A Ridiculous Amount of Fun
- The Entryway
- Her Homemade Jams
- Back Pain
- Bored Stiff
- Home Alone and Doctor’s Office
- Monkey’s Wedding
- A Kiss
- 40 Percent Off
- One Year
- Frosting a Cake
- Describe the Room You Are In
- Lizard Cave