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"Quomodocunquize" is the word for what I've been doing by way of my Patreon page (, my PayPal-me ( and the pre-sale of the forthcoming 2017 12 month wall caneldar ( Quomodocunquize (KWOH-moh-doh-KUHN-kwyz) Verb: -To make money in any possible way From Latin quomodocunque, meaning in whatever way. From Latin quomodo (or quo modo), literally 'In what way?’

Persiflage (PUR-suh-flahzh) Noun: -Light, bantering talk or writing. -A frivolous or flippant style of treating a subject. From French word persifler meaning "to banter.” Entered English in the 1750s. Used in a Sentence: “Now go away then, and leave me alone. I don't want any more of your meretricious persiflage.” ~D.H. Lawrence, Women in Love, 1920

 -Lengthy talk or discussion with little or no interesting content.

 From Late Middle English “windbag” 
late 15c., “bellows for an organ,” from wind (noun) + bag (noun).
Figurative sense of “person who talks too much” is attested from 1827.

 Used in a sentence:
 “The manager’s windbaggery is the real reason behind the lack of productivity, which is what he is usually carrying on about.” Patreon:

Grandiloquent Word of the Day: Primaveral (PRI-ma-ve-RAL) Adjective: -Of or taking place in (early) spring. From Latin “primus” - first + Late Latin “vernalis" - of the spring - from “vernus” - of...

peripatetic: Word of the Day’s Word of the Day - bombinate - To buzz

Sedens (se-denz) Noun: -A person who remains a resident of the place or region of his birth. From New Latin sedent-, sedens, from Latin, present participle of sedēre to sit. Used in a sentence: “Poor Eugene is afraid to travel; I’m afraid he’s a sedens for life.”’s Word of the Day - psittacism - mechanical, repetitive, and meaningless speech.

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