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Your Word Of The Day

In deference to Minnie!

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jennifer  Female  Gloucestershire 22-Aug-2017 11:39 Message #4698962
Another great word ... deference.

But my word of the day is ... mellifluous
shewolf  Female  Somerset 22-Aug-2017 11:55 Message #4698965
My nans was laalapluee so I guess that's mine lol
jennifer  Female  Gloucestershire 22-Aug-2017 12:15 Message #4698968
Haven't found it in the dictionary, SW, but it sounds great!
nellieredshoes  Female  West Yorkshire 22-Aug-2017 17:11 Message #4698976
Great idea, Jennifer.

Mine would be curmudgeon.

'An ill-tempered (and frequently old) person full of stubborn ideas or opinions.'

Describes me to a tee this week.
jennifer  Female  Gloucestershire 22-Aug-2017 17:18 Message #4698977
Curmudgeon ... great word, nellie!!

I have decided that I will take every opportunity to include all the suggested words in sentences when I am with people ... just for a laugh.
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Chris2mates  Male  Lancashire 22-Aug-2017 18:34 Message #4698984
Try 'Putherie' - its a Stokey word to describe a warm close air that makes you feel a little sweaty.

Used as in 'Ohhh its a bit puthery tonight in this heat!!
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire 22-Aug-2017 18:38 Message #4698988
Curmudgeon describes the greater part of the membership of this site, does it not? Viva la curmudgeon!!! I say.
Keithagain  Male  South Yorkshire 22-Aug-2017 18:48 Message #4698991
No it doesn`t.
tumbleweed  Male  Gloucestershire 22-Aug-2017 19:17 Message #4698993
Pernickety and odious. Oh sorry, I thought we were describing certain members of this site.

Todays word is flan
Tillybow  Female  Hampshire 22-Aug-2017 22:09 Message #4699006
jennifer  Female  Gloucestershire 23-Aug-2017 08:58 Message #4699024
Going out Saturday with a lot of people and this will give me the chance to incorporate (not a bad word!) all your words in my conversation!

Keep them coming.

We importune you, Minnie, to not be a curmudgeon but to give us some of your phenomenal words!
nellieredshoes  Female  West Yorkshire 23-Aug-2017 10:25 Message #4699033
Coruscating - flash or sparkle.

You'll dazzle them with your coruscating wit Jennifer .
Brundall  Male  Lincolnshire 23-Aug-2017 14:32 Message #4699053
My new word is a new name for Viagra

nellieredshoes  Female  West Yorkshire 24-Aug-2017 09:33 Message #4699269
Mendacious = lying

As in 'he's a mendacious toad'

jennifer  Female  Gloucestershire 24-Aug-2017 10:33 Message #4699272
My word of the day is saddo ... contemptible, unpleasant, disagreeable, nauseating

As in "he's a saddo"!!!
wonderoushen  Female  Gwynedd 24-Aug-2017 18:55 Message #4699338
Superfluity, to much of something.
Toyah  Female  Cheshire 24-Aug-2017 19:06 Message #4699340

As in a rather a cup that has had better days prior to being hit by a bullet.
nellieredshoes  Female  West Yorkshire 25-Aug-2017 10:39 Message #4699430
Antediluvian = relating to a time before the Biblical flood, ridiculously old-fashioned.

'Her thinking about relationships was antediluvian '
jennifer  Female  Gloucestershire 25-Aug-2017 10:59 Message #4699433
Great words! Love the meanings and particularly the context in which a word can be used being given!!!

Eloquence ... the art of using language in an apt, fluent way

As in what I will display during my conversation tomorrow and use all these great words!!!
joolsy  Female  Essex 25-Aug-2017 11:55 Message #4699441
Ooooh holy moly ouchie ooochie . Just droped me large book on me toe ... Oooh holy moly does it hurt or what ... :) lol
jennifer  Female  Gloucestershire 25-Aug-2017 12:26 Message #4699443
Now I wonder what your word of the day is, jools?!!!
nellieredshoes  Female  West Yorkshire 26-Aug-2017 14:57 Message #4699537
Bucolic = relating to the pleasant aspects of the countryside and country life.

"As in the house was in a bucolic setting "
londonlee  Male  Buckinghamshire 27-Aug-2017 08:46 Message #4699599
My word of the day is "brouhaha" but I don't want to make a song and dance about it.
nellieredshoes  Female  West Yorkshire 27-Aug-2017 10:07 Message #4699613
Love brouhaha!
jennifer  Female  Gloucestershire 27-Aug-2017 12:55 Message #4699628
Eurhythmic ... in harmonious proportion

As in what I was when I was dancing in the street yesterday. (or maybe it was the 3 glasses of Sauvignon Blanc that had me delusional!!)

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