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DIatribe

Definition: A bitter, sharply abusive denunciation, attack, or criticism.

Ex: Dean’s diatribe against Sam and his demon blood addiction, calling his little brother a monster that needed to be killed, was the last straw that sent the younger Winchester over the edge, even though the voice mail was a fake planted by the angels to get what they wanted.

Diagram

Definition: A figure, usually consisting of a line drawing, made to accompany and illustrate a geometrical theorem, mathematical demonstration, etc.

Ex: 

*Note: I’m really sorry, I can only find the original picture with Marshall from How I Met Your Mother and I can’t find where I got this edition from. If anyone knows, please add the source. Thanks!

Derisive

Definition: Mocking; jeering.

Ex: When Castiel’s powers are stopped by Eve’s presence in the town, Dean makes a derisive comment comparing him to “a baby in a trench coat,” and makes it known he thinks Cas is useless without his powers.

Denouement

Definition: The final resolution of the intricacies of a plot, as of a drama or a novel.

Ex: Truly, Kripke created the perfect denouement for Supernatural with his 5-season arc when he revealed that in the end, Sam and Dean chose one another over destiny and averted the apocalypse altogether.

Deleterious

Definition: Injurious to health.

Ex: Dean’s drinking habits are not only deleterious to his liver, but to his mental state as well.

Criticize

Definition: To censure or find fault with.

Ex: John always found something to criticize Dean about, whether it was how he’d let the Impala “go to hell” or his deficiency in taking care of Sam.

Oh my God, I completely forgot I had this saved on my computer. I nearly died when I found it again!
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Oh my God, I completely forgot I had this saved on my computer. I nearly died when I found it again!

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And when the clock strikes twelveWill you find another boy to go and kiss and tell?Cause you know I never willI think we should strike a matchWe’ll hold it to the wind to and see how long it lastsWe can make the time stand still

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And when the clock strikes twelve
Will you find another boy to go and kiss and tell?
Cause you know I never will
I think we should strike a match
We’ll hold it to the wind to and see how long it lasts
We can make the time stand still

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