10/13/11

Assail

We are in a boat with an assail and the sun is bright.


The wind is blowing pretty fast to the north.


There is a reef ahead... why don't we see it?
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Assail means to attack violently.
We are probably to busy fighting to look for reefs.
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Pronounced: <ah-sale>
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I bake some bread.
I say: "You probably don't want some because you already look like you're aloof."
Do you go on a diet or eat my bread?

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You correct me and say "I like bread.  I am not indifferent to it" ... then you eat some.
Aloof means reserved, indifferent or uninterested.
Were you thinking of a loaf?
 



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