Triple Threat Reindeer Game

It's the AF&O Reindeer Game, and everybody is welcome to play! Work has been merciless this week, hence the delay for which I apologize. This is the first chance I have had to sit down to do much more than scan e-mail. So, without further adieu, we present a triple round of the Reindeer Game.

First, Wednesday’s Dictionary.com Word of the Day:

pulchritude

Then, Thursday’s word:

censure

And today’s Dictionary.com Word of the Day is:

hector

Now, share one sentence using all three words or create separate sentences for each.

I’ll give it a try:

A hector, however handsome, deserves censure, not plaudits for his or her superficial pulchritude.

You try it now — play!

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  1. Former Yankee reserve outfielder Hector (not Hectare) Lopez, was concerned that the powers that be in the Yankee organization hierarchy might censure him –or, worse yet, FINE him!– for his pulchritude, which they feared would slow down his movment on the basepaths, his ability to get to fly balls in the outfield, and perhaps even slow down his swing, as he would be weighed down due to that oddball batting stance of his.

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