A Word for Wednesday

Today’s word is the adverb flat out meaning either in a direct manner or at top speed and with maximum effort.

Our friend B. Bascal of legendary Bascal Productions has been working flat out this week in preparation for an upcoming event. However, when we spoke to him, he denied flat out that he was overdoing it.
Judging by this photo sent in by one of his assistants though, we are not fully convinced….

B. Bascal

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4 thoughts on “A Word for Wednesday

  1. Pingback: A Question for Wednesday | The English Garden

  2. The pic is awesome! My cat’s used walking over the keyboard when they wanted to finish me work. So, flat out means straightforward and detailed and being very busied?! Wow what a handy term. Can I also use it for hungry? 🙂

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