Should I just abandon my Webster dinctionary? It mentions none of your explanation of the word, I was lost with its "sole" difinition.
A "goth" for me is a person part of a group of usually rock musicians, but not all, with black eye shadows and wearing black shirts and pants almost everyday. I hope I'm right(crossing my fingers).
Ok, here's the paragraph, the only word I'm not sure of is "renegade", I first guessed it to be a "verb", but it turns out to be a "noun":
"They were in a robust relationship she believed, but after what he did to her he's hoping for redemption. It would have been easier to retaliate by burning down the house he's paying the mortgage for, she would be order to pay a restitution for it maybe some jail time, yes that would have been easier. But she's planning way bigger plan than that one that would justify his action of being the renegade of thier dream, it was both thier dream which is no more........"
Are the usage of these words correct and appropriate? With me it's a common occurence that there's a gap between the actual meaning of the word and my understanding of it.