Snide

adj. 1. It latches onto nouns like butter latches tinily onto the pitted face of toast. As in, “Television is snide, because it better hides the difficulties of living.” As in, “I was sincere, but my cheeks got too red to control that other person’s head with the...

O’clock

adv.1. Of, by, or according to an “old-timey” feeling.As in, “A Sunday’s supper, chiming o’clock.”2. Reminiscent of the limited dimensionality upon which the use of objects depends, thatliminally studded flatness that shines like a knife’s molybdenum flat.3....

Submission

n. 1. Euphemistically, a “procurer” or agent employed exclusively for the currying of goodwill and / or renumeration. Said agent is only awarded the status of a submission should he or (infrequently) she be successful at his or her task, appellation thus being...

Touch

adv. At a great distance. As if by magic.As in, “I communicated touch, and it was never enough.” As in, “Our technology operates touch.” As in, “And with that I ascend into the regions of the ice mountains and am lost touch.”adj.Realer-than-real. Like talking to...

Dark

v., chiefly intrans.1. To utter a loud, harsh cry after filling one’s lungs with reflected moonlight, the panic of moth wings, or some similarly poetic (i.e., identified with the penumbral) material.As in, “What if God should dark?”2. To expectorate milkily.As In,...

Community

n.1. A clean, white lasso. It has red strips at one end, circumscribing the cylinder of knit, marked like a talisman.As in, “You’re thirsty because you’re afraid of your neighbors, and you grew up rich but your parents never let on.”As in, “The thin thing swinging...