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When you hear or say loquacious, you might notice that the word has a certain poetic ring. In fact, poets quickly snatched up loquacious soon after it made its first appearance in English in the Unusual Words, Rare Words, Unique Words, Beautiful Words, Fancy Words, Words To Use, New Words, Cool Words, Vocabulary Words

Word of the Day: Loquacious

June 15, 2017 | very talkative When you hear or say loquacious, you might notice that the word has a certain poetic ring. In fact, poets quickly snatched up loquacious soon after it made its first

Inanition describes a state of suffering from either a literal emptiness (of sustenance or a metaphorical emptiness (of interest or energy), so it should come as no surprise that the word ultimately Fancy Words, Big Words, Cool Words, Unusual Words, Rare Words, Writing Words, Writing Tips, Rhyming Dictionary, Idioms And Proverbs

Word of the Day: Inanition

May 25, 2017 | an exhausted condition Inanition describes a state of suffering from either a literal emptiness (of sustenance or a metaphorical emptiness (of interest or energy), so it should come as

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reserved, restrained, or reluctant Reticent in the sense of 'inclined to be silent or uncommunicative' first appeared in English in the early century. About 50 years later, reticent took on the The Words, Fancy Words, Words To Use, Latin Words, Cool Words, Advanced English Vocabulary, English Vocabulary Words, English Words, English Language

Word of the Day: Reticent

July 27, 2018 | reserved, restrained, or reluctant Reticent in the sense of 'inclined to be silent or uncommunicative' first appeared in English in the early 19th century. About 50 years later,

having a quarrelsome or combative nature Pugnacious individuals are often looking for a fight. While unpleasant, at least their fists are packing an etymological punch. Pugnacious comes from the Latin Unusual Words, Rare Words, Unique Words, Daily English Vocabulary, Good Vocabulary, Vocabulary Builder, Words To Use, Great Words, New Words

Word of the Day: Pugnacious

June 15, 2018 | having a quarrelsome or combative nature Pugnacious individuals are often looking for a fight. While unpleasant, at least their fists are packing an etymological punch. Pugnacious

Concatenate comes directly from Latin concatenare, which in turn is formed from con-, meaning 'with' or 'together,' and catena, meaning 'chain.' (The word chain Concatenate has a somewhat longer Fancy Words, Pretty Words, Beautiful Words, Cool Words, Unusual Words, Rare Words, Unique Words, Latin Words, New Words

Word of the Day: Concatenate

May 27, 2017 | to link together in a series or chain Concatenate comes directly from Latin concatenare, which in turn is formed from con-, meaning 'with' or 'together,' and catena, meaning 'chain.' (

The verb flack comes from a noun flack: during the late flack came to be used as a name for a press agent. According to one rumor, the word was coined in tribute to a well-known movie publicist Words To Use, More Than Words, New Words, Cool Words, Basic English Sentences, English Words, Unusual Words, Rare Words, Grammar And Vocabulary

Word of the Day: Flack

April 07, 2017 | to provide publicity The verb flack comes from a noun flack: during the late 1930s, flack came to be used as a name for a press agent. According to one rumor, the word was coined in

Posted to FB When you're one of the herd, it's tough to avoid being social. The etymology of gregarious reflects the social nature of the flock; in fact, the word grew out of the Latin noun grex, meaning 'herd' or Cute Words, Words To Use, New Words, Unusual Words, Unique Words, Beautiful Words, Vocabulary Words, Vocabulary Building, English Vocabulary

Word of the Day: Precocious

September 13, 2017 | showing mature qualities at an early age Precocious got started in Latin when the prefix prae-, meaning 'ahead of,' was combined with the verb coquere, meaning 'to cook' or 'to

As British writer Hugo Williams asserted in The Times Literary Supplement (November roistering tends to be 'funnier, sillier and less harmful than standard hooliganism, being based on Fancy Words, More Words, New Words, Words In Other Languages, One Word Quotes, Idioms And Proverbs, Learn English Words, Merriam Webster, Word Of The Day

Word of the Day: Roister

October 10, 2016 | to engage in noisy revelry As British writer Hugo Williams asserted in The Times Literary Supplement (November 15, 1991), roistering tends to be 'funnier, sillier and less harmful

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Compendious definition is - marked by brief expression of a comprehensive matter : concise and comprehensive; Words To Use, More Words, New Words, English Words, English Grammar, English Language, Unusual Words, Weird Words, Vocabulary Words

Word of the Day: Compendious

December 22, 2018 | concise and comprehensive Compendious is applied to things that are brief in statement or expression, but oftentimes the brevity is chock-full of meaning. Its synonyms run the