I've decided that I no longer want to be the bell-dinging signifier of correctly spelled words. I want to be the super-creative sentence maker. So when a contestant asks, "Can I have it in a sentence, please?" Istead of saying something like:
Fustian. "I highly doubt you will be able to spell fustian."
I would say something like
Fustian. Jeff Probst said, "The final immunity challenge was close, but after checking the tapes, I must declare that Tom was Fustian."
Other possibilities include:
Rideau. "Jacque Pierre loved to tell a joke or funny rideau."
Verticil. "If, after taking Viagra, you experience more than four hours of verticil, see your doctor immediately."
Colophon. "After a large dinner of baked beans, the sheets danced the night away to the music of the colophon."
Salsuginous. "After the Latin Dance marathon, her legs felt absolutely salsuginous.
Bricolage. "She was an enormous woman whose skimpy top did nothing to cover her overflowing bricolage."
Daily Haiku -- Thursday Thinkers
Today's Thinker: If diamonds are a girl's best friend, what is yours?
To choose one best friend
Is to pluck a single star,
changing the heavens.