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Word #197 — May 21, 2013
Vitreous — (adj.) Resembling glass in color or translucence; made of or consisting of glass.
In a sentence — Her birthday breakfast, served on vitreous wares of no actual worth, was more about the love in each bite than the flavor of any of the components.
- Plot Twist: All exams get cancelled because the government finally realise that they are actually just marking your memory and not your intelligence and teenagers should be experiencing life and having a good time instead of sit revising bullshit they're never going to need.