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PostPosted: Mon Apr 07, 2014 9:31 pm    Post subject: Instead of “she said” and comp Reply with quote

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Instead of “she said”

Crossed his/her arms and leaned back
Losing interest
Pouted
Aiding
Returned
glanced
Whisper
Waited
Escort
Expected
that very moment
deliberately
picked
Taking time
Reasoning
became clear
to be heard
Friendly
answered
Voice subdued
didn't hear him
replied
Little concern
asked
hesitated
interrupting
both grinning
Long-suffering sigh
ahead of us
Late for something
gaze flickering
he passed
starting
Going crazy
spotlight
Nodded in agreement
pursed his lips thoughtfully
Hushed
Heard
looked around
breaking – an – entering
confirmation
huffed
turned to me
Shooting a grimace gaze
a lump in my throat
loyalty
hired
planning
challenging
pounding heart
stood
walked away
gut
out of spite
appearance
stroll
he beamed
track down
winced in apology
awfully flattering
chasing
distressed
growl
spoke truthfully
spoken like a true predator
stepped towards
looking pityful
against
wanted to dodge
Little longer
glances over shoulder
gasping for air
pull hair out
an outright lie
showing eventaully
entirely truthfully
twitchy nervousness
Building
brightly
gone
true
watching
at this point in time
swing
parry
following
ushering
scented
around a corner
grabbed my arm
convexed
continued
shallow
swallow
panic
against
belonged
annoying
long suffering
stare
wry smile
assume
close the door smoothly
ambient
remaining
dug
serious
gestured
unidentifiable
oscillate
defunct
forlorn
listing
scanning
flipped
riddle
wrapped
tied together
ready
murmured
mumbled
startled
snatched
take it
stalk
parked
shredding
loud
goons
copy
original
wailing
looked-on – sight
on board
speak
debriefing
assumed
suggest
several times
listening
keen
idiotic
pretentious
enjoy
approve
doing
conduct
orchestra
outstretched
left
spread
voice dropping a note
voice rose
harsh
stiff stance
quarreling
recognized
silly
racket
framed
polite
commonly
proud
evicted
scoffs
breath
peril
finding
furious
horribly
hate
peace
quiet
jumble
ran away
laughing
articulate
burst
marvellous
impossible
polish
except
driving
curious
stare
inner pain
glad
hurting
wild
optimistic
checking
shrieked
compare
smears remark
observe
purring
waving
Gasp
horrified
corrected her
hearty
casaulty
churning
kindly
change subject
felt
swinging
creases
beside
understand
recollected
Out of order
Tired
Care
measured
post
stomp
started again
pierce
stood
witness
plague
examine
pretend
fussing
gaping
absolutely
peering
conversation
spiky
unmoving
cleverly
pleasant

Ok these are words I got out of a few books that I love reading. As a teacher I would like people to sign up to this competition and use atleast 30 words in the above list.

Rules: Create a children's story existing of those words you've chosen. The winner will get my fables and once its in audio book format and sent to the radio station-- I will pay you for all your hard work. No fighting or trolling each other.

This competition is once a week and there must be no swearing, killing. You may not use old stories, must be new

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