Four Parts of Speech

Slight

Write a new post in response to today’s one-word prompt. 

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“A slight chance of rain”:  adjective. A small chance, insignificant, nothing to worry about. Sometimes, though, that slight chance  can become a deluge.

“He slighted me”:  verb. He snubbed me, ignored me, made me insignificant.

“He offered me a slight”:  noun.  A snub, an insult, an offense.

She was slightly built:”  adverb.  She was delicate, slender, petite, fragile.

Image result for a slightly built woman

Poor thing, what they don’t tell us is that she can’t move, eat, or breathe because she’s laced up so tightly.  Her waist is about the size of a pinky ring 🙂

 

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