FOOD FOR THOUGHT IDEA FORUM & POTLUCK is a place to get inspired and share your mind.
Instead of everyone reading the same book, everyone responds to the same topic through whatever media that resonates with them, like A BACKWORDS BOOK CLUB.
Share a reading from a book, talk about a movie, album, play, or experience, or bring something new - play a song, perform a poem, read some prose - that you connect with the month’s topic:
verb [ with obj. ]
anticipate with great apprehension or fear: Jane was dreading the party
[ with infinitive ] : I dread to think what Russell will say.
(archaic) regard with great awe or reverence.
1 great fear or apprehension: the thought of returning to New Jersey filled her with dread
[ in sing. ] : I used to have a dread of Sunday afternoons.
2 informal a person with dreadlocks.
adjective [ attrib. ]
greatly feared; dreadful: he was stricken with the dread disease and died.
(archaic) regarded with awe; greatly revered: that dread being we dare oppose.
ORIGIN Old English ādrǣdan, ondrǣdan; related to Old High German intrātan .