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We are so happy to have smartgirlsattheparty pick our Word of the Day for Amy Poehler’s birthday! We think it’s a fitting word for her!

Word of the Day: camarilla Click through to the full definition, audio pronunciation, and example sentences: http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/camarilla #WOTD   #wordoftheday

Word of the Day: camarilla Click through to the full definition, audio…

eudemonic. Greek origin, between 1825-1835, #wordoftheday #grammar #keithrmueller

Eudemonic - pertaining or conducive to happiness./ Origin~Eudemonic stems from the Greek word eudaímōn meaning "fortunate, happy." It entered English in the early

tutelary (adjective): Serving as a protector, guardian, or patron. Word of the Day for 17 May 2015. #WOTD #WordoftheDay #tutelary

tutelary (adjective): Serving as a protector, guardian angel, or patron. Word of the Day for 17 May WOTD WordoftheDay tutelary

Rubricate - to mark or color with red. (Dvs markera att det är viktigt? Som en rubrik?)

I never use red on papers because I remember teachers rubricating on my papers until they looked bloody.

. #WordOfTheDay - SCHLEMIEL Awkward & unlucky person for whom things never turn out right - http://pinterest.com/pin/AwRbfgAQQOADRreQgpAAAAA/?s=3&m=twitter

SCHLEMIEL Awkward & unlucky person for whom things never turn out right Learned this from "Laverne and Shirley" lol.

laconic: concise

Laconic - using few words, concise. Ex: A laconic reply. Origin: Derived from Laconia, Greece. The people of this region, which held Sparta as its capital, were said to be brief and concise in speech and writing.

Sententious: having or expressing strong opinions about what people should and should not do

The origin of this word is Latin. It comes from the Latin word sentia, which means opinion. The Latin word sentia is defined in its original language as full of meaning and wisdom. The above definitions are good for English.

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