Give me three words that equal 15 letters to describe your feelings regarding Washington DC.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 6 years ago
What descriptive words would YOU use to describe 3AM without using the actual time?3AM conjures up so many things to many people. For some, it is just time, no more no less. For others, it is a time of stillness and for a few, it is THAT TIME, the time of beckoning and FEAR where ALL...
by mdawson17 4 years ago
Religioun is such a broad word can you describe religion in three words that gives others an idea of its purpose.My thee words are:Controlled Political Power What is Yours:
by Haunty 12 years ago
Mine is lonely and promising, and I am thankful.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 8 years ago
What words would YOU use to describe Oprah Winfrey without using the name?
by Pooja Sharma 12 years ago
How much you about it?Just explain that in 3 words can you do it?
by seanorjohn 4 years ago
I will list three words beginning with the same letter. Christian Catholic confused
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