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Faelwen

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PostSubject: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-14, 14:15

First Word:
juvenescent- Being or becoming youthful; young
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-15, 13:05

Mythomane
A person with a strong or irresistible propensity for fantasizing, lying, or exaggerating
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-15, 15:13

...and now this has reminded me of fact of the day

Shite
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-16, 13:41

Conk
To slow down or stop; lose energy
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-17, 13:02

Duple
Having two parts; double; twofold
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-18, 12:49

Deiform
Godlike or devine in form or nature

Reminds me of the Emperor
Who here agrees?
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-19, 18:36

Hallux
Big toe
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-20, 13:03

Cline
A scale of continuous gradation; continuum
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-21, 12:21

Realpolitik
Political realism or practical politics
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-22, 13:39

Pavonine
Of or like a peacock
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-23, 13:41

Exigous
Scanty; meager; small; slender
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-24, 13:40

Cloister
To confine in retirement; seclude
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Faelwen

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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-25, 16:36

Cygnet
A young swan
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Faelwen

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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-26, 13:17

quickhatch
a wolverine.
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-26, 18:04

SO...MANY...THINGS

*head implodes*
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Faelwen

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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-26, 18:18

there's a job to make new words in the english language
no really there is
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-26, 18:25

I guess it makes sense.
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Faelwen

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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-27, 13:30

Odontoid
Of or resembling a tooth; toothlike
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-28, 14:00

Poltergeist
A ghost or spirit supposed to manifest its presence by noises, knocking etc
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-28, 14:21

Poltergeist is a fabulous word.
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Faelwen

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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-29, 12:41

Chthonian
Of or pertaining to the deities, spirits, and other beings dwelling under the earth
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-29, 12:42

Seems interesting, is the locust queen in that category?
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Faelwen

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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-29, 12:43

OOC hmmm probably
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-29, 12:49

Heheeehe
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Faelwen

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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-30, 12:53

Baleful
Full of menacing or malign influences
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-30, 13:11

Lots of those
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-10-31, 13:21

Cryptesthesia
Allegedly paranormal perception
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Faelwen

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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-01, 14:02

Oeuvre
The works of a writer, painter, or the like, taken as a whole
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-02, 18:10

Crapehangar
A person who sees the gloomy side of things
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-02, 19:16

I'M A CRAPEHANGAR!
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-03, 02:34

Sir_BushWookie wrote:
I'M A CRAPEHANGAR!
Good for you
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-03, 13:45

Horology
The art of making timepieces or of measuring time
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-04, 21:03

Kickshaw
A tidbit or delicacy, especially one served as an appetizer
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-05, 13:41

Pusillanimous
Cowardly; faint-hearted; timid
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-06, 14:19

Anatine
Resembling a duck

I swear I couldn't have seen this coming
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-07, 13:50

Gapeseed
A person who gapes and stares in wonder
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-08, 16:39

Sinistral
Left-handed
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-09, 15:11

Comeuppance
Deserved reward or just dessert, usually unpleasant
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-10, 13:07

Boyden
A boisterous, bold, and carefree girl

Boisterous
Rough and noisy;noisily jolly or rowdy;clamorous; unrestrained
(Wind & weather) rough and stormy
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-11, 13:48

Gossamer
-a fine, filmy cobweb seen on grass or bushes or floating through the air in calm weather, especially in autumn
-a thread or web of this substance
-an extremely delicate variety of gauze, used especially for veils
-any thin, light fabric
-something extremely light, flimsy, or delicate
-a thin, waterproof outgarment, especially for women

"The Warp mingles with reality here"
"Yes, the boundary between the two is as thin as a gossamer. I shall tear a rift through the warp"
Remember that conversation from a certain game?
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-12, 14:08

Clowder
A group or cluster of cats
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-13, 14:30

A bristling of the hair on the skin from cold, fear, etc.; goose flesh
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-14, 13:42

Slubber
To perform hastily or carelessly
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-15, 14:54

Panivorous
Subsisting on bread; bread-eating
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-17, 13:49

Rufescent
-somewhat reddish

REALLY now? There's a word for "somewhat reddish"
ISN'T THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE MARVELOUS?
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-17, 13:50

It's red.
Ish.
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Faelwen

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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-18, 13:03

Star-crossed
-thwarted or opposed by the star; ill-fated
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-19, 13:51

Chiaroscuro
-the distribution if light and shade in a picture
-painting the use of variation in and subtle gradations of light and shade, especially to enhance delineation of character and for general dramatic effect
-a woodcut print in which the colors are produced by the use of different blocks with different colors
-a sketch in light and shade
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-20, 14:02

Apocryphal
-of doubtful authorship or authenticity
-Ecclesiastical. a. (initial capital letter) of or pertaining to the Apocrypha
-false; spurious
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PostSubject: Re: "Word of the Day" as provided by Dictionary.Reference.com   2014-11-21, 13:43

Bovarism
-an exaggerated, especially glamorized, estimate of oneself; conceit
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