Harebrained PRONUNCIATION: (HAYR-braynd) MEANING: adjective: Foolish; reckless; ridiculous. ETYMOLOGY: From the allusion that a harebrained person has the brain as small as a hare’s. From Old English hara (hare) + braegen (brain). Earliest documented use: 1548. http://wordsmith.org/words/harebrained.html
Allusion Figurative Language Interactive / Guided Notes and Writing Activity
Allusion Figurative Language Guided Notes and Student Activity SetA great set to guide students to discover:Allusion Meaning, Examples, Purpose, and Using Allusion in WritingHelp students understand allusion and how to use it to improve their writing with this great set.
Frankly I'm not impressed with this one and the very reason I am pinning it for is to illustrate my disgust. Just because many guys like one girl doesn't mean she is a whore and it doesn't mean she is worth any less than another girl. Nor does it mean that just because she isn't as reserved as other girls it is a bad thing or she has lower self respect or standards. And this isn't a psychology fact either.
Sphalerite was named from the Greek σφαλεροζ 'sphaleros' meaning 'treacherous' in allusion to the ease with which dark varieties were mistaken for galena but yielded no lead. #science #nature #geology #minerals #rocks #infographic #earth #sphalerite