Massive thanks for all your effort and input yesterday! I was spoilt for choice, ending up with 275 entries. However random.org has chosen the following five:
Ambiguity (suggested by Cassie Mae)
Angels (suggested by Sally)
Acute (suggested by Pete Denton)
Acatour (suggested by Samantha May - I actually couldn't find this in the dictionary, so I used it as a name!)
Arable (suggested by Maria Perry Mohan)
Thanks again! So here is what I have concocted:
Angels had always had a certain ambiguity, being both human and divine, reflected Acatour with an acute sense of malaise as he looked down on the arable fields of medieval England.
B words, please! As many as you like, and they can be as obscure and outlandish as you like (feel free to use a dictionary for inspiration). The more words you suggest, the more chance you have of one being picked. It doesn't matter if you suggest the same word as someone else (as I know not everyone always has time to read all the comments); each will count as its own entry.
Before I go I want to do something I forgot to do yesterday: a big shout out to Arlee Bird, the mastermind behind the Challenge. (He's an A and a B!) Without him, Aprils would definitely not be as much fun.