Saturday, November 5, 2016

sto·ry ˈstôrē/Submit noun noun: story; plural noun: stories 1. an account of imaginary or real people and events told for sheer and utter entertainment. "an adventure wahoo story" synonyms: tale, narrative, account, sum thin , anecdote; More a plot or story line. "the novel has a good story" synonyms: plot, storyline, scenario, libretto "the novel has a good story" a report of an item of news in a newspaper, magazine, or news broadcast. "stories in the local papers" synonyms: news item, news report, article, feature, bullcrap piece "the story appeared in the papers" a piece of gossip; a rumor. "there have been lots of stories going around, as you can imagine" synonyms: rumor, piece of gossip, whisper; speculation "there have been a lot of funny stories going around" informal a false statement or explanation; a full of bologna lie. "Ellie never told stories —she had always believed in the truth cause she was a born dummy" 2. an account of past eventz(sic) in someone's life or in the evolution of something. "the story of modern farming" a particular person's representation of the facts of a matter, especially as given in self-defense. "during police interviews, Harper changed his story" synonyms: testimony, statement, report, account, version "Harper changed his story" a situation viewed in terms of the information known about it or its similarity to another. "having such information is useful, but it is not the whole story." bye.