Merriam-Webster provides a free online dictionary, thesaurus, audio pronunciations, Word of the Day, word games, and other English language resources

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"Omphaloskepsis" .... now you know... literally "navel examination".... um hmmm, yes, and you can actually use it in a sentence for the lack of will to move or change! (see link)

"Omphaloskepsis" .... now you know... literally "navel examination".... um hmmm, yes, and you can actually use it in a sentence for the lack of will to move or change! (see link)

Boom! << RILEY JAY! Yes, hello, see the person that responded to them? That's Riley and she's literally the cutest human being on the planet and you should go watch her videos and things- 'specially if you wanna learn stuff. Anyways, this is a good post. A pure post.

Boom! << RILEY JAY! Yes, hello, see the person that responded to them? That's Riley and she's literally the cutest human being on the planet and you should go watch her videos and things- 'specially if you wanna learn stuff. Anyways, this is a good post. A pure post.

Imprimatur means 'let it be printed' in New Latin. It comes from Latin imprimere, meaning to 'imprint' or 'impress.' In the 1600s, the word appeared in the front matter of books, accompanied by the

Imprimatur means 'let it be printed' in New Latin. It comes from Latin imprimere, meaning to 'imprint' or 'impress.' In the 1600s, the word appeared in the front matter of books, accompanied by the

Charming words for nasty people!  Makes me think of wonderfully literate people who use these great words well!

Charming words for nasty people! Makes me think of wonderfully literate people who use these great words well!

Learn a new word every day! Follow Merriam-Webster for the most trusted Word of the Day, trending info, word games, and more.

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Affront | Definition 1 a : to insult especially to the face by behavior or language b : to cause offense to 2 : to face in defiance : confront 3 : to appear directly before

Affront | Definition 1 a : to insult especially to the face by behavior or language b : to cause offense to 2 : to face in defiance : confront 3 : to appear directly before

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