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Congratulations, sherlockedpotterhead! You just won this week’s iTwixie Word of the Week Challenge! Here’s sherlockedpotterhead ‘s sentence, using last week’s word, obsession: I’ve always had an octopus obsession, octopuses are outrageously awesome after all.

Here’s the word for this week’s iTwixie Word of the Week Challenge: decorum. Decorum means dignified, proper or with incredible poise.

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Check with iTwixie every Wednesday at 9 am Eastern Time to see who won last week’s challenge and get the new word for this week. Then just write a sentence in the comments section below. All week long, we’ll collect your sentences and we’ll use a random drawing to select a winner by the following Wednesday morning, at 9 am. The winner will get a cool prize! It’s that easy!

sherlockedpotterhead, just email us – at info at itwixie dot com – your parent’s mailing address and we’ll send your prize to you!

Let’s all join in to congratulate sherlockedpotterhead!

  1. She accepted his report, not without obvious sadness but with business-like decorum and no sign of tears.

  2. The beautiful young lady, who behaved in a delightful decorum manner, wore a long flowing dress.

  3. Behaving with decorum can help others to see you as educated, polite, and interesting.

  4. The queen is expected to behave in a decorum manner

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