Words of the Day!

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lucid
1 a : suffused with light : luminous
b : translucent
2 : having full use of one’s faculties : sane
3 : clear to the understanding : intelligible

lissom
Moving and bending with ease.

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tinder
Readily combustible material, such as dry twigs, used to kindle fires.

earwig
to annoy or attempt to influence by private talk

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plaguey
causing irritation or annoyance : troublesome

self-sufficient
Able to provide for or support oneself without the help of others.

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euphoria
a feeling of well-being or elation

accursed
Under a curse.

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telegenic
-well-suited to the medium of television; especially : having an appearance and manner that are markedly attractive to television viewers

whimsical
-Determined by chance or impulse or whim rather than by necessity or reason.

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lobscouse
-a sailor’s dish of stewed or baked meat with vegetables and hardtack

outstrip
-(verb) Be or do something to a greater degree.

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adversary
-one that contends with, opposes, or resists : enemy

misbehave
-Behave badly.

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imbue
-1 : to permeate or influence as if by dyeing
-2 : to tinge or dye deeply
-3 : endow

pooh-pooh
-(verb) Reject with contempt.

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snitty
-disagreeably ill-tempered

enshrine
-Hold sacred

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cavalier
-1 : debonair
-2 : marked by or given to offhand and often disdainful dismissal of important matters

fervency
-Feelings of great warmth and intensity.

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