Amy Stickells
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Atticism. Syllabification: At·ti·cism. Pronunciation: adəˌsizəm. noun: Atticism. plural noun: Atticisms. Definition: a word or form characteristic of Attic Greek. Origin: late 16th century: from Greek Attikismos, from Attikos (see Attic). From the original sense of ‘the Greek language as used by the Athenians,’ arose the meaning ‘refined, elegant Greek,’ later extended to language in general.

Atticism. Syllabification: At·ti·cism. Pronunciation: adəˌsizəm. noun: Atticism. plural noun: Atticisms. Definition: a word or form characteristic of Attic Greek. Origin: late 16th century: from Greek Attikismos, from Attikos (see Attic). From the original sense of ‘the Greek language as used by the Athenians,’ arose the meaning ‘refined, elegant Greek,’ later extended to language in general.

(No existe traducción al español, su equivalente más cercano podría ser rollero -según españa- o simplemente parlanchín)

(No existe traducción al español, su equivalente más cercano podría ser rollero -según españa- o simplemente parlanchín)

when you leave a conversation and realize all the things you should've said

when you leave a conversation and realize all the things you should've said

[ I think I may experience l'esprit de l'escalier too often for this to be... apropos? but, better'n most ]

[ I think I may experience l'esprit de l'escalier too often for this to be... apropos? but, better'n most ]