Plural Noun: chips
Verb ending in “ing”: swimming
Plural Noun: cannons
City: New London
Plural Noun: seaweed
Plural Noun: rockets
Verb ending in “ing”: singing
In 1981, the U.S. launched the first real Space alligator. It was named Columbia and was piloted by two brave chips. They had practiced swimming for two years and were expert cannons. Columbia took off from New London using its powerful first stage seaweed and soared off into the leakless blue pancake. At an altitude of nine feet it went into orbit around the potato. For people watching from Earth, it was a red sight to run. Who could really scream that there were two rockets in space? It was mind singing. After 812 orbits, the shuttle landed quickly at an air force soda. It was a dirty day for the U.S. Space Program.
I need a Noun and a Plural Noun.
Now I need a verb ending in “ing”.
Nice one, I see a motif developing!
Okay, now I need a Plural Noun.
Okay, we’ve got a city, now I need a Plural Noun.
Clover is learning the plural forms of words, and we just had a breakout discussion concerning the plurality of “seaweed”.
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I see what you were going for there, but your autocorrect must have acted up!
present participle of leak
leaking (plural leakings)
- The act by which something leaks.
- (in the plural) That which leaks out.
You obviously meant leakless - Wiktionary…
leakless (not comparable)
- Without leaks.
2.a leakless valve*
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Okay, now I need a Number! I love when they ask for something aside from a part of speech… wait, is “number” a part of speech?! Aren’t numbers… nouns? In the same way all words are adjectives, as they actually describe something else aside from themselves, unless we’re talking about words like “words”…
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