Thumb past the very first, whiz the pages and then…STOP!
Not left, or right, nor directly at either page, but quickly stab you finger anywhere, either side but, DON”T CHOOSE!
What marvel of conversation is it that you finger rests upon?
From one thousand eight hundred fifty four pages of Mr. Webster’s New Universal Unabridged Dictionary you have a fairly good chance of reading a word that is new to you.
Go with it. It, this word you just found, must be the first word of what ever you write next.
I selected, no, that’s not the right term, maybe better to say that Mr. Webster decided that I should interact with:
Graniteware, first definition, “… a kind of ironware with a grey, stonelike enamel.”
To begin with, look at the term used: “stonelike”. Should this be two words, hyphenated, or, as it is used the dictionary, is it okay as one word? We ha