Today’s underused words are :-
Bosk (n) A small wooded area.
Bombinating (v) Buzzing, humming.
Bifurcates(v) Divides into two branches.
Brannigan (n) A drinking spree.
Bill’s got a bosk at the bottom of his garden. It’s nice. A couple of beech trees and an oak or two. Bushes too.
A footpath runs into it. Midway it bifurcates. One way is a useful shortcut to the village pub, and the other leads to what he calls his honey factory. Five hives and a colony of bombinating bees!
When he goes collecting he looks like a creature from outer space with his protective gear covering him from head to foot!
He sells his honey in the pub. It’s delicious. Whenever he’s there enjoying a brannigan, he has a new bee joke. What do bees do when they get married? Have a honeymoon! Where do they go? Beejing or Stingapore!
So, what shall I have for breakfast today? Toast and honey of course!
Tomorrows words :-
Cockolorum (courtesy of Varad!), concinnity and cynosure
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