“How could I have known that murder could sometimes smell like honeysuckle?” Double Idemnity


Definition of film noir


film noirs


films noir


films noirs


  1. :  a type of crime film featuring cynical malevolent characters in a sleazy setting and an ominous atmosphere that is conveyed by shadowy photography and foreboding background music; also:  a film of this type

First Known Use: 1930

See Words from the same year

When I am benumbed [14th c.] by the news I just adore [14th c.] a deep dive into language.

Source: the fabulous Merriam Webster.

How is everybody? Another few weeks of summer and then…?

I have been in a mood [12th c.]. Though I’ve tried to keep focused and continue work on my novel in progress. This past week we’ve been dealing with a roof rat infestation (I would plant a veritable forest under the eaves of my house, and a glorious wisteria vine—that I now have axed—otherwise…

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