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W✪RDGIRL LIVE Aug 24
Replying to @WordGirl_LIVE
DIATRIBE (n.) a bitter, sharply abusive denunciation, attack, or criticism.
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Hookland Aug 10
Hookland : Elflust - one who has seen or visited Farieland and is obsessed with regaining another glimpse of it.
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Old English Wordhord Aug 13
: fremsumlīce, adv: kindly, graciously. (FREM-zum-lee-cheh)
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Pinoytapsilog Jul 9
LENIFICATION: [noun] The state of being neither here nor there.
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Aluminum Business School Aug 15
Knowledge is power and we are giving it out for free today. Now that you know the meaning of FABRICATION, make a sentence with it.
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Old English Wordhord Aug 23
: ofer-gangan, str.v: to cross a boundary; to conquer; to pass, pass off, be over; to come upon (of sleep). (OV-er-GAHNG-ahn)
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W✪RDGIRL LIVE Aug 24
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SPORADIC (adj.) not constant or steady.
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Theoryofdretivity Aug 15
Here's some inspiration for you...
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Amber Vyn Jul 31
Improve your knowledge of essential English verbs with today’s college-level Word of the Day (): prevaricate Advanced vocabulary is great for professional development and university test prep (TOEFL, SAT, ACT, and PSAT) Enjoy!
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Run Simon Run Aug 14
Good Morning My word for you today is: TEMERITY - Excessive confidence or boldness; audacity
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wordnik 23h
today's word: dromomania: an irrational impulse to wander or travel without purpose
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design 9h
kludge - Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for August 25, 2019 is: kludge • \KLOOJ\  • noun : a haphazard or makeshift solution to a problem and especially to a computer or programming problem Examples: Andy knocked out a hasty kludge to circumvent the buggy code …
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JMDS💟KiaNo💟AR💟GL Jul 22
Surround yourself with those who lift you higher. -Oprah Winfrey
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W✪RDGIRL LIVE Aug 22
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HYPERBOLIC (adj.) exaggerated.
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Paul Oldham Aug 4
peelie-wally adj. pale, sickly, feeble, wan, thin, ill-looking (Scots) 'my peelie-wally legs' OH
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Run Simon Run Aug 24
Happy Saturday ☺️ It seemed fitting to post a word on the pootle, meander, wend theme again today. Have loved the impromptu debate on the words this week Today's word is a gentle one - I hope you like it: STROLL - A short leisurely walk
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W✪RDGIRL LIVE Aug 17
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REDOUBTABLE (adj.) that is to be feared; formidable.
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Collins Dictionary 21h
Today's is a lighter-than-air craft, such as a balloon
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Old English Wordhord Aug 24
: ge-scildnes, f.n: protection, defence, shielding. (yeh-SHILD-ness) Image: St Omer Book of Hours; N. France (Saint-Omer or Thérouanne), c. 1318-1325; Add MS 36684, f. 12r.
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Fred Blumenberg Aug 23
Happiness comes from within. PLEASE listen to ’s podcast “Open Palm” to find your true inner happiness 🙏🏽🙌🏽🔥♥️
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