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|Word! euphony [noun] [yoo-fuh-nee ] |
1. A pleasant sound. 2. A harmonious sentence having a pleasant sound.
|"Some poems don't rhyme, and some stories don't have a clear beginning, middle, and end. Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing what's going to happen next." |
-- Gilda Radner
|Word! paludal [adj.] [pah-loo-dul ] |
|Today is Reading Wizard Day! In 1999, the mayor of San Francisco interceded to help an 11-year-old child overcome the bureaucracy of the public library system. He only wanted to read to the other children. The librarians said no. The mayor said yes. The boy read. Celebrate reading today! |
|Word! nuncupative [adj.] [nun-kyoo-pay-tiv] |
|Word! sororal [adj.] [so-roh-rul] |
Relating to a sister or sisters.
We are keeping up our sororal bond with Zoom meetings on a regular basis.
|Word! hallux [noun] [hah-lucks] |
The big toe.
Stubbing your hallux in the dark is common.
|Word! contumacious [adj.] [kon-too-may-shuss] |
Enforced staying in place is making some contumacious.
|Word! daedal [adj.] [dee-dull] |
|Word! defenstrate: to throw out of a window (found this on a scrap of paper in my teetering pile)|