I ran across a couple new-to-me words this week.
bosky– having an abundance of bushes, shrubs, or trees.
“A big white swan full of little children approached my bench, then turned around a bosky islet covered with ducks and paddled back under the dark arch of the bridge.” (pg. 137, The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath)
bifurcation– a forking, or division into two branches.
“Harsh Marit was back from the dead, and her life was facing a bifurcation.” (pg. 4, My Forbidden Desire by Carolyn Jewel)
Play along at Bermudaonion’s Weblog.
Bosky‘s a new one to me!
ohhh…good words! My yard is rather ‘bosky’ so that’s a good one to add to the vocab!
Hope you;re havin’ a good week; Happy reading!
I like the word bosky.
Wow, the yard at our last house was very bosky! I wish I’d known that word then. Thanks for participating.