And all the rest of these ~some words

tiresome – me, now

meddlesome- those kids from Scooby doo

lissome – see lithesome

fearsome – scary, as in, “my, what fearsome teeth you have, granny.”

adventuresome – Jake and Finn, duh.

mettlesome – full of mettle (as in “good spirits”)

blithesome – breezy indifference

awesome – that which induces awe, such as a 30′ wave and me on the longboard

bunglesome – (this is a good one) always messing up

lithesome – see lissome

lightsome – the daring young man on the flying trapeze

wearisome – writing this list

darksome – the love-child of tall+dark+handsome

frolicsome

Full of beans.

Irksome

When something is irksome it is SO ANNOYING. It irks me.irksome

Last Some

last-someUpdate: How could I have forgotten GRUESOME!

It became burdensome to continue these blog posts. When I first started doing them, I felt blithesome, mettlesome and adventuresome, playfully leaping from post to post (as it were) in a frolicsome and lissome (or is it spelled “lithesome”?) manner; now, the task is irksome. To try to document and define every word that has a “-some” suffix is a fearsome task, sure, awesome in its complexity. These posts seem to mock me in a meddlesome manner: I think I messed it up bunglesomely.

Darksome

9-11Remembering September 11.

Cumbersome

It seems like a lot to do, and the format is a bit unwieldy. 5steps

Quarrelsome

So I like to argue. So what?!quarrelsome

Gladsome

some A cheery fellow is a gladsome guy.

Torturesome

torturesomeppt A whole day of this?

Wearisome

wearisomeAnother full-day workshop that nobody told me about? And it starts in five minutes?

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