Friday, October 8, 2010

Today's Word: Foliage

foliage

1: a representation of leaves, flowers, and branches for architectural ornamentation
 
2: the aggregate of leaves of one or more plants
 
3: a cluster of leaves, flowers, and branches
 
Example: The autumn foliage is often a resplendent display of reds, oranges, and yellows.

12 comments:

  1. i like the concept behind your blog.
    following for sure!

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  2. its the nice blog but i understand

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  3. "Make sure you wrap those leftovers up good with that tin foliage."
    I think I am getting the hang of this.

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  4. I learned this word from the simpsons. Lol

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  5. is also sued when you cause the downfall of evil peoples plans. lol foliage

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  6. Thanks for the comments on my last blog post!

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  7. They left out the meaning of foliage for ruining an evil villain's plan... or is that foilage?

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  8. i love when people mispronounce this word because i catch myself doing it

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