Writative

Vest-Pocket Vocabulary

Writ’ative, a. inclined to write as an author.

Word in the Wild: Vicki used pencils to put up her hair so that she could write at any time whatsoever. She wrote while riding the bus, wrote in her dreams, wrote her own vows, and wrote with the alphabet noodles in her soup. She once tried to go a whole day without writing but inadvertently wrote a journal entry about how hard it was. Vicki is, hands down, the most writative person I’ve ever met.

The OED‘s definition of writative stresses that a writative person doesn’t simply write a lot, but is actually addicted to writing, impelled to put words to paper. I think this is an addiction well worth pursuing.

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4 Responses to Writative

  1. Heather says:

    You’re too funny, Vicki, and the queen of word counts!

  2. Vicki Essex says:

    I know this is about me because of the alphabet soup.
    I frequently write POOP in my soup. Because I’m 5.

  3. Heather says:

    Oh, that reminded you of someone we know, did it? 😉

  4. Olga says:

    Best word in the wild paragraph. Incredibly true, too! 🙂

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