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Word of the Week: Obscure

Obscure: Adjective

Origin: Latin and Old French: from Old French obscur, from Latin obscurus ‘dark’, from an Indo-European root meaning ‘cover’.

IPA Pronunciation: /əbˈskjʊə/ 73 more words

Word Of The Day

Word of the week. Guilt. 

I haven’t joined in with word of the week since moving my blog so I was hoping to come back with a cheerful bang.

Unfortunately that’s not about to happen. 546 more words

Books

Word of the Week Wednesday: Taradiddle

Been a couple of weeks since the first Word of the Week Wednesday, so I apologize for that. I had good reasons, I promise.

So this week’s Word is going to be “taradiddle” and the definition is as follows: 44 more words

Entertainment

Get Ready For Increase - Word of the Week

Edition #30

Isaiah 54:2–3 (NKJV)
“Enlarge the place of your tent, and let them stretch out the curtains of your dwellings; do not spare; lengthen your cords, and strengthen your stakes.

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Word Of The Week

Word of the Week #56:

Tenacity

Okay, I am going to keep this one short, because I have already been working for hours at stretch, and my fingertips have been hurting the entire time. 211 more words

Writer

Word of Week: Saccade

Increasing one’s vocabulary is a way to expand your mind and articulate your thoughts in new ways.  Below if the word of the week for the week of 4/24/17. 39 more words

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