You must report her response!
As in, "I must dine before I dwine?" :)
A very young author used 'dwine'Which his editor changed into 'pine'.The editor said, "Gary,Readers won't tarryIf they don't know the words on page nine."
Ha! that is an awesome word! How did it ever fall out of use?!
Wonderful word! How about seeing how many times you can work it into everyday conversation over the next week?
Amalia, it didn't fall out of use. It dwined.
Ohhh... That's a great word! I wonder if I can work that into my classroom tomorrow- the energy for work has definitely dwined (I'm guessing that's correct for past tense) as tomorrow is the last school day before Spring Break. Yay!
A very interesting word. I'll have to use it sometime tomorrow........dhole
That's an interesting word!
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