Vaccine

The Word of the Day is VACCINE,

I hope you enjoy using this word in a story or a poem.

I’m pleased to say that I’ve had my Vaccine and it was painless and I don’t feel like buying anything from Microsoft or Amazon or passing information to China, or some of the other unusual conspiracy theories I’ve heard…

Word of the Day Challenge

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Today’s Word of the Day is Vaccine.

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BARMECIDE

The Word of the Day is Barmecide,

This was a new one on me too. Click on the link to the word of the day site to discover this fantastic word’s meaning.

Word of the Day Challenge

The word of the day today is BARMECIDE.

Bar·me·cide
/ˈbärməˌsīd/

RARE
adjective
1. illusory or imaginary and therefore disappointing.
noun
2. a person who offers benefits that are illusory or disappointing.

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Evanescent

The Word of the Day is Evanescent

I hope you enjoy using this word in a story or a poem.

Word of the Day Challenge

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Today’s Word of the Day is Evanescent.

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ABSTEMIOUS

The Word of the Day is Abstemious,

I do love to learn a new word, don’t you? Click on the link to find out it’s meaning and take part in the Word of the Day challenge.

Word of the Day Challenge

The word of the day today is ABSTEMIOUS.

ab·ste·mi·ous
/əbˈstēmēəs/
adjective
  1. not self-indulgent, especially when eating and drinking.
    ““We only had one bottle.” “Very abstemious of you.””

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Science

The Word of the Day is Science,

I hope you enjoy using this word in a story or a poem 🙂

Word of the Day Challenge

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Today’s Word of the Day is Science.

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Gardyloo

The Word of the Day is Gardyloo,

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Happy Friday 🙂

Word of the Day Challenge

The Word Of The Day today is “Gardyloo“.

Definition:   Gardyloo.  Archaic  This is actually a Scottish term, but it sounds really nifty! The definition is a funny and gross one; this is what people living in Edinburgh shouted out their windows as a warning before dumping their slop buckets out of their windows. At least they gave a little bit of a warning to those below!

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