This week's words:
- rogitate (v) to ask frequently.
- solipsistic (n) a theory holding that the self can know nothing but its own modifications and that the self is the only existent thing ; also : extreme egocentrism.
- nequient (adj) Not being able.
e.g. - Usage: Everyone in his family can sing, but he is nequient in the art of singing.
Myrtle was sitting in the staff meeting trying mightily to stay awake while one of her colleagues, Ronald, made excuses about why his presentation wasn’t going to be done on time. He was nequient to grasp the concept of simple time management.
Maybe, if he was a little less solipsistic, spent a little less time on his cell phone and playing with his e-mail, and more time working, he might actually get an assignment done on time. Their boss, Harvey, rogitated Myrtle to help Ronald with his work, and she was sick of it. She was hoping against hope that, just this once, Harvey would let him twist in the wind.
The corners of her mouth started moving up at this pleasant thought when she heard Harvey say the inevitable, “Myrtle …”
And just like that, her thermostat was set on “seething.”
If you haven’t done 3WT, there’s still time. :)
The 3WT #23 words will be: tortiloquy; montivagant; & vultuous