Wednesday, 14 March 2018

Froward

If a person is froward, then they're perverse or difficult to deal with.

I'll admit that I occasionally act frowardly, but I don't think my overall character displays much forwardness.

The same is mostly true of Jess in my novel Leave Nothing But Footprints, but she does have her moments.

Don't we all?

14 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I think we do.
Some people are froward and backward.

Anonymous said...

You're not forward or forward spell checker changed the first one:0) You're quite assertive and that's a good thing.

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Patsy - I think we all do ... though having met you I think you're just a lovely normal soul ... not forward at all - cheers Hilary

Patsy said...

You're right there, Alex!

Patsy said...

It's interesting to know how others see us!

Was it the way I bossed you about for the picture? ;-)

Patsy said...

I was on my best behaviour that day, Hilary!

Rosemary Johnson said...

My mc in my novel is froward too. And forward. At the beginning of the story she's studying literature so maybe I'll throw this word in.

Liz Young said...

In answer to your question - yes, we do :)

Tara said...

I know I sure have my moments. ;)

Susan A Eames said...

How interesting! I've learnt a new word - thank you, Patsy! :)

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Patsy said...

Oooh, I hope you do sneak it in, Rosemary.

Patsy said...

Knew it wasn't just me!

Patsy said...

That's what makes us interesting!

Patsy said...

Excellent!