Word of the Day – 12/8/20

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  Hello Word Nerds!  Time for today’s grammar building word of the day! Bibelot (BIH buh Lo)   A small, decorative ornament or trinket. Examples of Bibelot in a sentence “Alyssa couldn’t resist purchasing a few bibelots before she left the store.” “Mr.… Read More

Word of the Day – “Nurdle”

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Nurdle   (Noun) A very small pellet of plastic which serves as raw material in the manufacture of plastic products.   Examples of Nurdle in a sentence: “Jess filled the box with nurdles, hoping to protect the tea cups inside.” “Eric cleaned the beach… Read More

Word of the Day – INCULCATE

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Word of the day INCULCATE   Instill (an attitude, idea, or habit) by persistent instruction Teach (someone) an attitude, idea, or habit by persistent instruction. In a sentence? “She finally managed to inculcate a better sense of responsibility in her roommates.” “The new… Read More

Word of the Day 9/10/20

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Confabulate  (verb)   Engage in conversation; talk. or Fabricate imaginary experiences as compensation for loss of memory. In a sentence? “Come sit with me, and let’s confabulate!” “He might confabulate when he can’t remember something, but that shouldn’t be a lasting side effect.”… Read More

Word of the Day 9/7/20

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Cartomancy   Fortune telling by interpreting a random selection of playing cards.   In a sentence? “I was skeptical of any predictions produced by cartomancy.” “She ran a shop that sold herbs and candles, but her specialty was cartomancy.”   Did you Know?… Read More