paralogize (v.) to draw conclusions that do not follow logically from a given set of assumptions.

paralogize (v.) to draw conclusions that do not follow logically from a given set of assumptions.

We're a little behind, so we're catching up on this week's Words of the Day. But we'll be more fastidious about posting here in the future.

We're a little behind, so we're catching up on this week's Words of the Day. But we'll be more fastidious about posting here in the future.

APODYOPSIS: (n) the act of mentally undressing someone. via other-wordly.tumblr. Haha so there is a word for it.

APODYOPSIS: (n) the act of mentally undressing someone. via other-wordly.tumblr. Haha so there is a word for it.

The guys on the ranch considered Curley's wife to be a "tart". I pinned this because half of the time she'll "flirt" and it will lead nowhere with her. She'll end up feeling alone or crying.

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The guys on the ranch considered Curley's wife to be a "tart". I pinned this because half of the time she'll "flirt" and it will lead nowhere with her. She'll end up feeling alone or crying.

We could say that Polonius is pontificate in the first sense of the word. He drawls on and on and on and rarely gets to the point, However when he does get to the point he makes it seem undeniably true. His way of speaking is also very pompous and conceited.

We could say that Polonius is pontificate in the first sense of the word. He drawls on and on and on and rarely gets to the point, However when he does get to the point he makes it seem undeniably true. His way of speaking is also very pompous and conceited.

Today's Word of the Day is frabjous. Learn its definition, pronunciation, etymology and more. Join over 19 million fans who boost their vocabulary every day.

Today's Word of the Day is frabjous. Learn its definition, pronunciation, etymology and more. Join over 19 million fans who boost their vocabulary every day.

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