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Masseter is the new word of the day Don’t know where people come up with these but it keeps me looking and blogging. It is amazing the words one finds and just think I give you them daily. It may not be what you think or want to hear but it comes straight from Webster’s ®. The meaning of (ma set’ er) is a chewer. I guess we all are in that category what say you? Join us tomorrow for another journey into the wonderful world of Wordsmith. (8 comments)
Haply is the new word of the day. Can we say been there done that? Oh the stories I could tell and the stories that could be told on me. I bet if you think about it the stories you could tell. Anyway some say it is fate if this happens and I agree. The meaning of (hap’le) is by chance or accident; perhaps. Anything you would like to tell me? Join us tomorrow for another journey into the wonderful world of Wordsmith. (5 comments)
Exscind is the new word of the day. Well I ran this one by the wife and she did not know it so I think I may have a winner. Anyway I’ve had this happen to me and in your lifetime if it hasn’t happened to you it will. Just a matter of time it happens to everyone. So the meaning of (ek sind’) is to cut out. I’ve been cut of so many things I’ve lost count what say you? Join us tomorrow for another journey into the wonderful world of Wordsmith. This is the second post for today. (7 comments)
Dash is the new word of the day. Well one could say today dashing through the snow might be the meaning but they would be wrong. One may even say a dash to get in line or even a mark between some words but alas they would be wrong also. The (dash) I’m looking for has this meaning: a gift or tip offered to get better service; a bribe. Anyone try bribing you lately? Join us tomorrow for another journey into the wonderful world of Wordsmith.
Boffin is the new word of the day. For those of you who live on the other side of the pond this is a giveaway. For those of you who haven’t you may have a little difficulty in this word. I can tell you it is British (slang) hint, hint. But if you don’t know it by site all the hints I could think of will not suffice. So the meaning of (baf’in) is a research scientist. You know like the kind that has nothing to do with their time except to mess around with the wording of the contracts (7 comments)
Fatuity is the new word of the day. Again I find some interesting words this is one of those you will either know it or you won’t. A day or so ago I wrote about another word in this category (hint). I also told you my wife has called me this and sometimes I do this just because I can. So anyway I guess you would like to know the meaning of (fe too’e te) and it is idiocy or imbecility you know like me…. :~) . By the way this is the second post for today. Be sure and (4 comments)
Cretin is the new word of the day. Well boys and girls what do we have here. I’ve been called this from time to time and at times I do this just because I can. I’m sure most of you have thought this about someone else and no one has thought of you this way. In any respect now it is time to reveal the meaning of (kret’n) it is a very stupid or foolish person. Join us tomorrow for another journey into the wonderful world of Wordsmith.
Penultimate is the new word of the day. Interesting word I have here isn’t it. Well to tell you the truth (not that I would lie) this is going to be a difficult word to write about. There are some of you who do not agree with me and my views. Heck the best friend I have at the office and I disagree on both religion and politics. However I will penultimate him and his thoughts. By the way the meaning of (pe nul’te met) is to the last. I will defend your right to voice your opinion no matter (10 comments)
Rent is the new word of the day. Come on now give it a try. If you answered as most would you would be right but not in this case. Actually rent is in my Webster’s® three times and of course I’m using the last one and one for which most people won’t associate it with. So anyway the meaning of (rent) is a hole or gap made by rending or tearing as a torn place in cloth. Or a breach of relations as between persons or in an organized group: schism. WOW! What say you? Join us tomorrow for (10 comments)
Comedo is the new word of the day. We’ve all had them in fact some of us still do. I heard this called by several names but not this one and that is why it is the new word of the day. Interesting how some people have nothing better to do all day than to come up with new words to describe something that happens every day. Anyway the meaning of (kam’e do) a plug of dirt and fatty matter in a skin duct: blackhead. So I ask you did you know this word. Join us tomorrow for another journey (4 comments)
Blockish is the new word of the day. Well boys and girls what do we have here? Some of you may say it’s something shaped like a block and you’re not even close. Okay let us try what I’ve been called from time to time (hint). Can’t think of much more to write about this word so the meaning of (blak’-ish) is stupid or dull. Did I give it away when I wrote I’ve been called this from time to time? Join us tomorrow for another journey into the wonderful world of Wordsmith. (7 comments)
Colophon is the new word of the day. Out of all the people I would have bet money the wife would know this word and when she didn’t I knew I had a winner, winner chicken dinner. Actually we are having potato soup tonight (gotta love it). The meaning of (kal’e fen) is a notation often placed in a book at the end, giving facts about its production. She is an avid reader and I was surprised when she did not know the meaning. Join us tomorrow for another journey into the wonderful world of Wordsmith. This is the second (5 comments)
Drum is the new word of the day. This is not the kind of drum that you find in bands and hit with a stick (drumsticks). It is not a fish and you do not beat or tap something with your fingers. This word in Irish or Scotland in origin and the meaning of (drum) is a narrow hill or ridge. Join us tomorrow for another journey into the wonderful world of Wordsmith. (5 comments)
Hanse is the new word of the day. Interesting word we have today. German in origin it dates back to the medieval times. We all use it today and it has been and will continue to benefit us all for the future. Anyway the meaning of (hans) is a league of free towns in North Germany and adjoining countries, formed to promote and protect their economic interests. Join us tomorrow for another journey into the wonderful world of Wordsmith. (10 comments)
Seizor is the new word of the day. I don’t know why I’m writing about this word. Everyone should get it (I hope) if not get your manual out and look for it in there. I can’t find my manual but regardless this should be easy. I tell ya I think I’m really having issues giving this one away. So let us get to the meaning of (se’zer) is a person who takes possession of a freehold estate. Join us tomorrow for another journey into the wonderful world of Wordsmith. This is the second post for today be sure and (8 comments)
Rote is the new word of the day. I made a post using this same word long ago. I knew I would revisit it again and today is the day. I like this word and the meaning I’ll use for it today. Most of you will remember this once you hear the meaning. For those of you who live around an area that has this my hat is off to you. Now for the meaning of (rot) is the sound of the surf betting on the shore. Join us tomorrow for another journey into the wonderful world of Wordsmith. (3 comments)
Dysgraphia is the new word of the day. I tell you I must have one of the smartest wives on the planet. I spelled this word for her and she nailed it. Anyway I just can’t seem to get much of anything by her but she says I have this problem from time to time. Sometimes I like it and sometimes I don’t. The meaning of (dis graf’e) is impairment of the ability to write as a result of brain dysfunction. By George I think she has nailed it. Join us tomorrow for another journey into the wonderful world of (6 comments)
Equivoque is the new word of the day. Most of you would say I posses this problem and most of the time I would agree. There are times however when I fell I’ve lost that touch but it doesn’t last for long. I know some of you posses this and you do it very well. Alright enough yadda, yadda and the meaning of (ek wi vok) is double meaning (don’t ask me I just wirte down what is in Webster’s®). Think you know the meaning to some of the words I post only to find out it is something you (3 comments)
Or is the new word of the day. I can see the look in your eye James has really lost it this time. Such an easy word right? Let us not jump to conclusions. So one may say I know it is an abbreviation for operating room and you would be right in fact there are several meanings for this simple word. The meaning of (ar) is a person or thing that does a specified thing. Don’t ask I’m just quoting Webster’s®. Join us tomorrow for another journey into the wonderful world of Wordsmith. (4 comments)
Nates the new word of the day. Okay I’m going to give you some of the largest hints I’ve ever done. Everyone has them they come in all sizes and one size does not fit all. Do I have your attention? This could go downhill quick so I better quit while I’m ahead and I think that is exactly what I’ll do. The meaning of (na’tez) is the buttocks. I say nothing else except join us tomorrow for another journey into the wonderful world of Wordsmith. (7 comments)
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