Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Gambol and Fagin

The only thing I can say about the two words from yesterday--gambol and fagin--is that they both have a G.

  • While cooling her heels in jail for Evariste Bontecou's murder, Ursula accused her cellmates of trying to corrupt her, cursing them as fagins who never gamboled.
  • After her husband's death, BonBon Bontecou, the black-haired widow of the late Evariste Bontecou, gamboled back to Monte Carlo where she took up with a band of fagins who taught her how to cheat at cards.
Can you make a sentence with these two words? Comments in the leave it.

    No comments:

    Post a Comment