Bonus Wordle “The Letter E” – Egbert


This week’s words: Easement Ethereal Exoteric ((adj.) suitable for or communicated to the general public: not belonging, limited, or pertaining to the inner or select circle, as of disciples or intimates: popular, simple, common place
Emulation ((n.) effort or desire to equal or excel others: jealous rivalry) Edge Elsewhere Enough Equipment Entry Erase Exact Evil

Egbert was an evil low down egocentric man who deserved everything he got. He was very much an exoteric character which described his exacting nature in alienating as many folks as he could.

He lived on the edge of the equatorial forest and refused to allow an easement to be driven through his land preferring to see people walk the extra mile to get into the forest despite a clear entry point being available.

Egbert was very much into emulation, he hated to think that anyone was exactly like him, in fact, he abhorred the idea. Egbert craved the edge over others, he spent so much of his time planning how he might achieve an advantage. Enough was never enough for him, his egocentric character drove him on to make his neighbours and his acquaintances aware of his superiority.

Elsewhere people spoke about him is disparaging terms, mostly wishing they could erase from their minds all memory of Egbert and his evil ways. Everyone remembered the time when he took all the sporting equipment from the school and sold it on eBay as a way of getting back at the school for expelling him when he was a young boy.

It was true there was nothing ethereal about him, he was a rough, ready and downright horrible example of evil and one whose behaviour exacerbated every situation.


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9 Responses to Bonus Wordle “The Letter E” – Egbert

  1. Sadje says:

    Wonderful word play. Quite a command on the dictionary. Enjoyed your post.

  2. James Pyles says:

    BIG E, little e, what begins with E? Ear, egg, elephant. E…e…E –Dr Seuss’s ABC.

  3. That Egbert what a rotten egg!

  4. Quite a character this Egbert is — I admire how you have used so many E-words giving it a formal structure and flow. 🙂

  5. oneta hayes says:

    Excellent! Enjoyable! Exemplary! Extraordinary! Exceptional!

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