Words of the day

August 15, 2022    |   

Boorish

Definition:-

Ill-mannered And Coarse And Contemptible In Behavi ...

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Hirsute

Definition:-

Having Or Covered With Hair ...

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Variegate

Definition:-

Make Something More Diverse And Varied ...

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Emphatically

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Without Question And Beyond Doubt ...

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Psychological

Definition:-

Concerning The Mind ...

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Natter

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Talk Socially Without Exchanging Too Much Informat ...

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Quibble

Definition:-

Argue Over Petty Things ...

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Cavil

Definition:-

Raise Trivial Objections ...

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Saturnine

Definition:-

Showing A Brooding Ill Humor ...

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Embonpoint

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The Bodily Property Of Being Well Rounded ...

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Firmly

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In A Secure Manner; In A Manner Free From Danger ...

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Odious

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Unequivocally Detestable ...

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Shimmer

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A Weak And Tremulous Light ...

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Transpire

Definition:-

Pass Through The Tissue Or Substance Or Its Pores ...

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Resolution

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Determination, Strong Will ...

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Folderol

Definition:-

Nonsensical Talk Or Writing ...

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Guttle

Definition:-

Eat Greedily ...

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Timorous

Definition:-

Timid By Nature Or Revealing Timidity ...

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Anathema

Definition:-

A Detested Person ...

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Venal

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Capable Of Being Corrupted ...

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