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This week’s writing prompts were three words that have been removed from the Concise Oxford English Dictionary over the years. The words are in bold.
“That was very helpful,” grumbled Trevor sarcastically.
”Oh, you’re very growlery this morning,” replied Briantosaurus.
“Now you’re just making words up,” sighed Isaac
Brian shook his long neck. “No I’m not. Anyway let’s stop this brabble.”
Trevorceratops snorted and shook his head again.
“You are such a foozle Trevor,” chuckled Brian from the top.
“I don’t know what a foozle is, but you are going to regret calling me one when I get back up there,” growled the little triceratops.
Isaac sat down on Trevor’s back and scratched his head with his claws. “Hold on,” he said. “I think I have an idea…”
Here we go with part four of the Adventures of Isaacodactyl. The four word prompt for this week is in bold.
Little Isaacodactyl hopped to his feet. The sun shone but Isaac shivered as water dripped from his wings.
“Can you go and get some help Brian?” asked the baby pterodactyl.
Brian nodded his head. They heard him gallop away and after a short while he galloped back.
“I found a vine. I can pull you both up” gasped Brian.
“Brilliant,” squawked Isaac. “Throw it down.”
With a big swing of his long neck Brian threw the vine down. The two baby dinosaurs watched as both ends of the vine landed in front of them. Trevor just shook his head in despair. Brian just grinned.