Propinquity - A nearness of blood, kinship; a nearness in place or time, proximity.
Serendipity - The phenomenon of finding a valuable thing not originally sought.
Wheelbarrow - A small single-wheeled vehicle fitted with handles at the rear by which it can be pushed and guided.
Scapula - The shoulder blade, connecting the humerus with the clavicle. In humans, it is a flat bone, roughly triangular in shape.
Beleaguered - Besieged, troubled, harassed.
Furtive - Done clandestinely and with desire.
Autumn - The fourth season (and my favorite), a time of color, retreat, preparation and battening down the hatches.
Quarter - To divide into four equal parts or to provide with lodging.
Zephyr - A breeze from the west.
Accord - A formal reaching of agreement.
Clement - Inclined to be merciful, mild.
Will-o'-the-wisp - A ghostly light seen by travellers at night, especially over bogs, swamps or marshes.
Argentine - Silvery.
Splash - To move about in water, causing it to spatter.
Camber - To curve upward toward the middle.