“A bad review may spoil your breakfast, but you shouldn’t allow it to spoil your lunch.” ~ Kingsley Amis.
The Midweek/Wednesday Word-prompt is Review.
Many words in the English language are chameleon like in nature. Their definition, contextual use, pronunciation and often time, any and all misunderstanding of them has a lot to do with the flexibility of the language itself.
A theatrical performer anticipates a good review while a person hopes and prays for a good review from the taxman. A military review is quite different in nature from a book review.
For each of us, the word conjures up differing connotations (the feelings we have when we hear it or read it).
We’d like you to tell us what the word means to you. In what context have you carried out a review?
Perhaps you’d like to conduct a review, if so, here is your chance. ~ Sue
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