Bone Flags USA Skull | Chris Brake’s Daily Doodle

Bone Flags USA Skull | Chris Brake's Daily Doodle

Bone Flags USA Skull | Chris Brake’s Daily Doodle

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11 thoughts on “Bone Flags USA Skull | Chris Brake’s Daily Doodle

      • Wow, “Vouchsafed”! I have never heard that word before, ever in life. At first, “vouchsafed” looks like an incomprehensible non-word. I thought it was the name of a company or something. Google said the definition is…

        Vouchsafed:

        1) give or grant in a gracious or condescending manner.

        Example: “It is a blessing vouchsafed him by heaven”

        2) reveal or disclose (information).

        Example:”You’d never vouchsafed that interesting tidbit before”

        Still wrapping my head on exactly how to use vouchsafed in a sentence… I don’t understand the use of the first one, but the second one I understand. It’s still such a clumsy word! Wow, what a weird word. Thanks for turning us on to the word “vouchsafed.”

        Well, maybe Chris has heard that word before. But I certainly haven’t. Let’s see if I hear/see the word “vouchsafed” again in 24 hours, or whatever it was the guy said in the movie “John Dies at the End”. Good movie, that one.

        -John

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  1. Thanks for the encouragement to keep my wordsmith ways. Another word….egregious or Concubine, gregarious? Easy words I think. Clandestine, solopyism, that’s a word for you. Hope you enjoy your birthday. As for awkward words, I read literature that predates social media’s carnage on the English language. Words like that f-ing music (like Billie Holiday/old, smooth and lustery) to my ears. Ttyl.

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  2. What did chris think about outsider art. It just means he’s blessed w a natural talent few people have. It did come from art in 1800s in asylums when a doctor noticed art done by patients telling, genre-bending, and profitable. Is chris’ association to that distasteful? I swear it was a compliment.

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