WASSAIL

The Word of the Day is Wassail,

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The Word of the Day is WASSAIL.

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People are far too complicated to be able to describe in a few words so I am not even going to try.

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  1. There are two accepted ways to pronounce the word wassail, /’ˈwɒseɪl/ and /’wɒs(ə)l/.
    I’ve covered both.

    I’ve never been one for spiced ale,
    Afraid that my calmness might fail;
    But I picked up the jug
    And poured a full mug
    Of last year’s prize-winning wassail.

    Twas Yule, and the revellers’ jostle
    Gave voice to the doubting apostle.
    He may not have grieved
    But even believed,
    Had he taken a draught of old wassail.

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