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“the dictionary is a poem about everything”—Steven Wright

  • /jul 17

    • 07.21.2017

      superannuated adjective. Retired or ineffective because of advanced age. Synonymns: over-the-hill, overaged.

    • 07.20.2017

      preponderance noun. A superiority in numbers or amount. Synonymns: prevalence, extensiveness.

    • 07.19.2017

      repose noun. The act of resting or the state of being at rest. Synonymns: ease, relaxation, rest.

    • 07.18.2017

      fervent adjective. Having or showing great emotion or zeal. Synonymns: ardent, fervid, fiery, impassioned, perfervid, torrid.

    • 07.17.2017

      labyrinthine adjective. Resembling a labyrinth in form or complexity. Synonymns: mazy.

    • 07.16.2017

      brow noun. The projecting upper edge of a steep place. Synonymns: top, summit, peak, edge, tip, crown, verge, brink, rim, crest, brim.

    • 07.15.2017

      unabashed adjective. Not disconcerted or embarrassed; poised Synonymns: unembarrassed.

    • 07.14.2017

      audacity noun. Fearless daring; intrepidity. Synonymns: temerity.

    • 07.13.2017

      centromere noun. The most condensed and constricted region of a chromosome, to which the spindle fiber is attached during mitosis. Synonymns: kinetochore.

    • 07.12.2017

      farsighted adjective. Planning prudently for the future. Synonymns: foresighted, long, longsighted, prospicient.

    • 07.11.2017

      corporeal adjective. Of a material nature; tangible. Synonymns: material.

    • 07.10.2017

      avaricious adjective. Immoderately desirous of wealth or gain. Synonymns: covetous, grabby, grasping, greedy, prehensile.

    • 07.09.2017

      stalwart adjective. Having or marked by imposing physical strength. Synonymns: hardy, sturdy, stout.

    • 07.08.2017

      gabby adjective. Tending to talk excessively. Synonymns: chatty, garrulous, loquacious, talkative, talky.

    • 07.07.2017

      sanctimonious adjective. Feigning piety or righteousness. Synonymns: holier-than-thou, pharisaic, pietistic, self-righteous.

    • 07.06.2017

      exiguity noun. The quality or condition of being scanty or meager. Synonymns: leanness, meagerness, poorness, scantiness.

    • 07.05.2017

      elfin adjective. Having a magical quality or charm; fairylike. Synonymns: fey.

    • 07.04.2017

      vicinity noun. A nearby, surrounding, or adjoining region. Synonymns: locality, neck of the woods, neighborhood.

    • 07.03.2017

      apposite adjective. Strikingly appropriate and relevant. Synonymns: apt, pertinent.

    • 07.02.2017

      oracular adjective. Resembling an oracle in obscurity of thought. Synonymns: enigmatic.

    • 07.01.2017

      acquiescent adjective. Willing to carry out the orders or wishes of another without protest. Synonymns: biddable.

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