Wednesday, July 05, 2006

spelling "blight"

(or verbalizing gentrification)

"blight: v. (Perhaps from the same roots as bleak; the meaning of blight in that case comes from to be, to grow, or make white or pale, bleach.) To affect with blight; to blast; to prevent the growth and fertility of; hence to ruin; frustrate; as to blight one's prospects."
-Webster's New International Dictionary of the English Language
G and C Merriam Company, 1933

b land
b lock
b lot
b lank
b lond ( i said lawned)
b lithe
b lame
b lin(e)d
b leach

b light
b laze
b lush
b link
b lur
b lare
b lue
b loom
b lood (or lewd)
b lade (you heard me)
b leed (so lead)
b liss
b less
b low
b lack
b last

No comments: