Words of the Day

I subscribe to several word of the days so you don’t have to. Here are todays, Words of the Day. Try to use them in your writing. Be sure to visit my other helpful pages for writers; Literary Lingo and Writing Picture Prompts!

ineluctable –
not to be avoided, changed, or resisted : inevitable
fossick –
1 : Australian & New Zealand : to search for gold or gemstones typically by picking over abandoned workings
2 : chiefly Australian & New Zealand a : to search about : rummage
b : to search for by or as if by rummaging : ferret out

Published in: on December 14, 2010 at 10:51 am  Comments (1)  

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  1. I am currently living in the Australian Goldfields where there are many references to fossicking generally and every weekend armies of fossickers ramble through the remnants of 1850s gold mines for small lumps and nuggets missed by the original diggers (an Aussie word for gold-miners which became synonomous with Australians generally). Fossicking is at the heart of Australian culture.

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