Today I'm sharing the next piece of my will-someday-be-very-tedious word search list. I'm on the hunt for vocab words in the aa- to ac- range! Though in a Stephen King book I also came across the words 'anhedonia' and 'stipplework,' two words that I may never see again in my life (so I better hold onto the page numbers for when my list gets there).
Aa: The word is from Hawaiian for basaltic lava but does it count to find 'aa' as an abbreviation for Alcoholics Anonymous? I saw some a.a. books at my local thrift store.
Aardvark: from Arthur the kid's show. I'm pretty sure I heard the word.
A-ha: The video above is from a band called a-ha, their well-known song Take on Me
A-list: in A Sudden Appearance of Hope by Claire North on pg. 75 of Kindle edition
Abracadabra: On page 108 of Mindfreak by Criss Angel. Also 'accomplish.'
Access: Ephesians 2:17-18, "When he came, he announced the good news of peace to you who were far away from God and to those who were near. We both have access to the Father through Christ by the one Spirit." Romans 5:2 is another great one with the word 'access.'
Accusing: On page 223 of Torn by Justin Lee
In the book Everything's Eventual by Stephen King: Pg. 327 ache, 329 accusatory, 331 abysmally, 332 accumulate
I'm thinking I'll dip into ad- for my next post and REALLY get things moving along.