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My dad and I refer to rocks on the beach as 'turnables' when looking for crab. This leads to days worth of sentences with -able added to random words :P


Erlebnisse ~ (n.) ~ the experiences, positives or negatives, that we feel most deeply, and through which we truly live; not mere experiences, but Experiences

lifeonsundays: Flâneur.

lifeonsundays: Flâneur. (A Gentlewoman)

flaneur {French noun} one who strolls around aimlessly but enjoyably, observing life and his surroundings.


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What one should aspire to be- "Cloud Walker"

Nefelibata: 'cloud-walker', one who lives in the clouds of their own imagination or dreams, or one who does not obey the conventions of society, literature or art @ other-wordly.

Duende-the feeling of profound awe experienced when viewing a piece of art, watching a performance or listening to music that has deeply moved a person

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

Piffle - nonsense, as trivial or senseless talk. to talk nonsense. Origin: Piffle arose in the It is of unknown origin.

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - autodidact - a person who has learned a subject without the benefit of a teacher or formal education

a person who has learned a subject without the benefit of a teacher or formal education; a self-taught person.


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.

Falsidical; conveying a meaning that is false

conveying a meaning that is false

pasquinade (noun): a satire or lampoon. Word of the Day for 14 January 2015 #WOTD #WordoftheDay #pasquinade

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Semantic satiation (also semantic saturation) is a psychological phenomenon in which repetition causes a word or phrase to temporarily lose meaning for the listener, who then perceives the speech as repeated meaningless sounds.