Sunday, April 06, 2008

Word of the Day

pandemonium from Word of the Day
DEFINITION: (noun) A state of extreme confusion and disorder. SYNONYMS: bedlam, chaos, topsy-turvydom. USAGE: Instantly the avenue was a pandemonium of clashing blades, cursing warriors, and squealing throats.

I have planned to start using the word of the day word every day in my blogs so for today's sentence:) This may be the first (and possibly last) time I do this so enjoy it while you can:) The KU game last night resulted in pandemonium at Lucky's Brew Grill.

In other news I read five books this weekend so I should have reviews popping up here and there over the next week or so.

3 comments:

Kanga said...

How do you read five books in one weekend? I read a few chapters of Sun Over Breda. I suppose I could have finished it, but that would have been all I could do.

A Librarian said...

What can I say. When KU basketball games and concerts don't get in the way I can really crank them out. It's a gift:P

Nuke said...

Yeah, 5 books? Did you finish 5 books that you had been reading? Either way I am seriously impressed!