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An enigma is a puzzle, a riddle, a mystery. The adjective enigmatic describes what is hard to solve or figure out. An enigmatic person is someone who is a bit mysterious to others. Behind an enigmatic
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Word of the Year Ideas! Instead of writing a new year’s resolution, you could choose a focus word instead. A single word that encapsulates what you need more of, what you want to focus on, or what you need to improve on. Here are more than 300 ideas for choosing your word of the year.
If you try to take apart irascible in the same manner as irrational, irresistible, or irresponsible, you might find yourself wondering what ascible means—but that's not how irascible came to be. The
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May 23, 2020 - Word of the Day: Alexithymia An interesting word to describe an ailment from which many of us suffer. A little too medical for a novel or a poem we think, do you agree? . . . #WordoftheDay #feelings #express #mentalhealth #writerscommunity #creativewriting #writerscorner #writerslife #writers
Some people don't understand my love for books and language, but to me words are some of the most important things we have. Words are beautiful, because they represent beautiful, powerful things. If you can hear a word and see it's meaning appear right there in front of you, that's something magical. If you can use a word to convey something you can't quite explain, that's a connection. These words do that.
Word of the Day: Isolophilia Definitely a rare word, but we think it should be used more often and Ron Swanso… | Weird words, Phobia words, Unique words definitions
Dec 27, 2020 - Word of the Day: Isolophilia Definitely a rare word, but we think it should be used more often and Ron Swanson agrees! 😂 --------------------------------------------- We'd love to see how you might use any of our words of the day. Send us your thoughts; the most poetic, funniest or otherwise best will be featured on our feeds and (later this year) our magazine. . . . #WordoftheDay #solitude #alone #parksandrec #vocabulary #preference #learn #affection #writerscommunity
Apodictic is a word for those who are confident about that of which they speak. It's a handy word that can describe a conclusive concept, a conclusive person, or even that conclusive person's
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The origins of candor shine through in its first definition. Candor traces back to the Latin verb candēre ('to shine or glow'), which in turn derives from the same ancient root that gave the Welsh
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