While I think it's important that your story is all your own, I think it might help to organize these words. This is the first "brainstorming" step of any writing project.
bunk: noun / object --- an object in the story
mist: noun / object or verb "to mist" --- maybe the setting features mist
tough: adjective --- this could describe a character or a situation
crush: verb --- an action that could be central to the plot
By organizing the types of words here, you can brainstorm where and how to use them. Each word will have one or two main uses, like "mist," which can be a noun or verb. Using it as a noun would be typical, but using "mist" as a verb has creative potential. This can help you create a unique mood, plot, and style for your story.
If categorizing the words helps you get started, you can use that brainstorm to create the right story that brings all these words together. I hope this helps. Good luck!
PS: most dictionaries list "noun," "verb," etc. on word entries. This can help you figure out how to use these words effectively!
Hi, Elias. You have a lot of words here, each and every one of them is great.
What kind of piece do you want to write? Here are some ideas you could try, but there are many others: is it a short story, a memory, an attempt to persuade someone to do something, a letter, telling someone the truth, a news article? You might not know until you start writing.
Do you want to use all of the words on the list, or only some? Either way pick them so that they help you tell the story the way you want to tell it.
Keep me posted. I always find it exciting to start a piece of writing. Have fun!