fayetteville ar real estate: Plaint is the new word of the day - 06/05/12 08:04 PM
 
Plaint is the new word of the day.
While I knew they had to have a word for it I until now did not know what it was.  Now I do and so do you.  So want to give it a shot?  Come on and give it a try and let’s see if you got it.  Well don’t say I didn’t give you a chance so the meaning of (plant) is a complaint or grievance.  Don’t have one of your clients make a complaint or grievance to your State Board I understand it is not a pleasant experience. 
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fayetteville ar real estate: Linstock is the new word of the day. - 06/03/12 08:30 PM
 
Linstock is the new word of the day.
OK this one is for the men you should know or come close to the meaning of this.  For you ladies this may be a little tougher for you.  So guys what to give it a shot (that is a hint)?  Come on just one try and ladies I’m not leaving you out either.  If you know shout it out…  The meaning of (lin’stak’) a long stick formerly used to hold a lighted match for firing a cannon.  
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fayetteville ar real estate: Blague is the new word of the day. - 06/02/12 09:13 PM
 
Blague is the new word of the day.
French in origin you may or may not know this one.  As for me I’m full of it so does that you a hint?  No get your mind out of the gutter although come to think of it I’m full of that to.   My man Roger, Conrad, Clint, Rob, Michael, Jay and Wayne to name a few, on the ladies side Paula, Kathy, Elizabeth and Sheila come to mind.  Now for the meaning of (blag) a practical joke, playful deception, raillery.  So do you agree?  What say you?
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fayetteville ar real estate: Corbeil is the new word of the day. - 06/01/12 08:50 PM
 
Corbeil is the new word of the day.
Morning ladies you should be able to get this one as for us guys it may be a little more difficult.  As for agents I doubt if you recognize this I know I didn’t.  But be that as it may here you go the meaning of (kor’bel) is a sculptured basket of fruit, flowers, etc., used in architectural design.  So did you get it right?  How far off were you?
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fayetteville ar real estate: Freshet is the new word of the day. - 05/31/12 09:15 PM
 
Freshet is the new word of the day.
Well good morning all.  Hope you had a restful sleep and are rearing to get after it.  So here is the first challenge of the day other than getting up and getting that first cup of coffee.  Take to take a guess?  I won’t keep you like I normally do so the meaning of (fresh’it) is a sudden overflowing of a stream because of melting snow or heavy rain.  Did you get it right?
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fayetteville ar real estate: Clime is the new word of the day. - 05/30/12 07:41 PM
 
Clime is the new word of the day.
Morning and I truly hope your day goes well.  I found this word by accident and thought I would throw this one in just for the fun of it.  So have you guessed what the meaning is?  This one should be simple and try not to read something that is not there.  OK here goes the meaning of (klim) is a region or realm, esp. with reference to its climate.  Well did you get it right?
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fayetteville ar real estate: Thole is the new word of the day. - 05/29/12 08:43 PM
 
Thole is the new word of the day.
OK on this one I’ll give you three guesses and you have already used one of them.  There are actually two different meanings and if you get one of them consider yourself a winner, winner you get a chicken dinner (if you buy) :~).  So you’ve used two only one left.  OK here goes the two meanings of (thol) is number 1 a pin or either of a pair of pins made of metal or wood and set vertically in the gunwale of a boat to serve as a fulcrum for an … (10 comments)

fayetteville ar real estate: Stringer is the new word of the day. - 05/28/12 09:46 PM
 
Stringer is the new word of the day.
Take a look at the spelling.  Were you thinking about a fish stringer?  If so you would be right but you know me by now that would be too easy.  I know how about a second-stringer as a person ranked according to their ability?  Well you would be right there also.  However the one meaning for (strin’er) is a horizontal timber connecting upright posts to a frame.  So was that one of your guesses?  What say you?
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fayetteville ar real estate: Telpher is the new word of the day. - 05/27/12 09:27 PM
 
Telpher is the new word of the day.
This is one you agents in beautiful California and Florida should get with no problem.  For those of you in other parts of the country this may be challenging.  So if you consider that a hint here is another is usually associated with Disneyland.  OK if you haven’t guessed it by now you won’t so the meaning of (tel’fer) is an electrically driven car suspended from and run on overhead cables
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fayetteville ar real estate: Tellurian is the new word of the day. - 05/26/12 09:31 PM
 
Tellurian is the new word of the day.
Morning ladies and gents I am proud to say I am one of these people.  When you read the meaning I’ll bet you are happy to be one also.  We are all one and would you care to guess the meaning with all the hints I’ve given?  OK care to take a second guess?  Times up so I’ll give you the meaning of (te loor’e en) is an inhabitant of the earth.  Now that brings me to another thought do you believe there is life on another planet?  What say you?
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fayetteville ar real estate: Defenestration is the new word of the day - 05/24/12 08:05 PM
 
Defenestration is the new word of the day.
Well I’ll be d- -n Word® actually recognizes this word.  This is what I love to write about.  I just love to find these words and let those who read my posts know about them.  I would wager that most everyone has done this at least once in their lives.  I for one did this today and no doubt I’ll do it tomorrow.  The meaning of (de fen’ e stra’shen) is a throwing out through a window.  So what is the strangest thing you’ve ever thrown out a window?
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fayetteville ar real estate: Perdure is the new word of the day. - 05/23/12 08:54 PM
 
Perdure is the new word of the day.
This is a very interesting word and Word® doe s not recognize it.  This is one of those words that keep me in the hunt and looking and writing about new words and their meaning.  Care to take a guess as to its meaning?  Before you answer look carefully at the spelling it’s not spelled wrong so care to take another guess?  The meaning of (per door’) is to continue, endure; to remain in existence.  We as Realtors ® are all winners as we continue to endure or in this case perdure.  … (9 comments)

fayetteville ar real estate: I like a big “ambry” it’s just me. - 01/15/12 10:03 PM
 
I like a big “ambry” it’s just me.
I remember my mom’s home had a large one and I enjoyed going in there.  Now these are hard to find.  I sure do miss those days but the memories will last me all my days.  Not much left to say about these so here is the meaning of (am’bre) a cupboard, locker or pantry.  In my mom’s home she had a walk in pantry and it was sooooo big.  Needless to say she had it stocked to the ceiling great memories. 
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fayetteville ar real estate: I like being “redd” it makes things go easier. - 01/13/12 11:00 PM
 
I like being “redd” it makes things go easier.
 
Being redd sure makes things go easier and I know that for a fact.  Now I knew of when I was not redd and things went downhill in a hurry.   Origin shows North England and Scottish so it’s been around for awhile.  I will be redd in 2012 will you?  The meaning of (red) is to put in order, make tidy.  If all your contracts addendums and other paperwork are in order there will be no problems at the closing table.  Now what say you?
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fayetteville ar real estate: I want to become “salient” what say you? - 01/12/12 10:10 PM
 
I want to become “salient” what say you?
I like to start out this way and keep it up.  In the past I’ve not been very successful at this but as time goes on and I learn this business the better I’m getting at this.  I’m not where I want to be for this to happen but I feel this year is going to be my year.  The meaning of (sal’yent) is standing out from the rest; noticeable; prominent.  Might not work out but I do feel good about it so far… ;~)
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fayetteville ar real estate: There have been times in my life when I’ve been “profligate” have you? - 01/11/12 10:12 PM
 
There have been times in my life when I’ve been “profligate” have you?
Yes I’ll be the first to admit it I’ve done this on more than one occasion.  I wonder if you will be honest when you find out the meaning and admit it.  To be honest with you I have even enjoyed it.  I’m trying to write this post and not smile ;) but it’s not working.  I am looking forward to your answers.  Now I guess without further adieu the meaning of (praf’li git) is immoral and shameless; dissolute; extremely wasteful; recklessly extravagant.  Now that I’m done … (8 comments)

fayetteville ar real estate: I’ve had clients who are “queruious” have you? - 01/10/12 09:43 PM
 
I’ve had clients who are “queruious” have you?
While this does not have often it does happen.  This is usually happens when you are on the buyers side.  It does happen sometimes for the sellers side but not that much.  So to get to the point my question is how many or how often do you run into this?  The meaning of (kwer’yoo les) is inclined to find fault; complaining.  So now that you know the meaning what say you?
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fayetteville ar real estate: I would like to live in a home with a “belvedere” would you? - 01/10/12 12:28 AM
 
I would like to live in a home with a “belvedere” would you?
I’ve been in homes that have this and I have been impressed.  The last office before moving to our new location had one of these.  Seems to me it would be a lot of extra work and maintenance to keep one of these looking good.  So if you haven’t figured it out by now the meaning of (bel’va dir’) is a summerhouse on a height, or an open, roofed gallery in an upper story, built for giving a view of the scenery.
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fayetteville ar real estate: Aren’t you glad we don’t work for an “honorarium”? - 01/08/12 10:01 PM
 
Aren’t you glad we don’t work for an “honorarium”?
Don’t know about you but I’m sure glad we don’t use or are obligated to do this.  While I did not see the country of origin in my Webster’s® it is Latin.  So with that out of the way I really don’t have much more to offer.  Without any more stuff flowing the meaning of (an’e rer’e em) is a payment as to a professional person for services on which no fee is set or legally obtainable.  No fee do you know of anyone who doesn’t charge in one way or … (8 comments)

fayetteville ar real estate: I like saying “gramercy” often do you? - 01/07/12 10:32 PM
 
I like saying “gramercy” often do you?
I do I really do like saying this.  Although I don’t actually say gramercy I do say its meaning.  We all say this some for one reason and others for another but the point is we all say it.  I like to say it when someone says something nice about me or the job I’ve done for them.  If you haven’t figured it out the meaning of (gre mur’se) is thank you very much; many thanks.  So now that you know the meaning when do you use gramercy?
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