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Morosoph, n. a wise fool, a jester.  #wordoftheday #morosoph #jester

Morosoph, n. a wise fool, a jester. #wordoftheday #morosoph #jester

#HappyBirthday to author Jenny Nimmo.  The #wordoftheday comes from her novel Midnight for Charlie Bone. #cozy #books

#HappyBirthday to author Jenny Nimmo. The #wordoftheday comes from her novel Midnight for Charlie Bone. #cozy #books

Novelist and poet Kingsley Amis was born April 16, 1922. Our ‪#‎wordoftheday‬, incorrigibly, comes from a letter he wrote to his friend, the poet and librarian Philip Larkin. ‪#‎quote‬

Novelist and poet Kingsley Amis was born April 16, 1922. Our ‪#‎wordoftheday‬, incorrigibly, comes from a letter he wrote to his friend, the poet and librarian Philip Larkin. ‪#‎quote‬

"The Adverb Wall - Monument to Change as a Verb" detail. by Peter Wegner (LEDs, glass, steel, 2011)

"The Adverb Wall - Monument to Change as a Verb" detail. by Peter Wegner (LEDs, glass, steel, 2011)

Today's #wordoftheday, ebullient, comes from Lena Dunham's memoir Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She's "Learned."

Today's #wordoftheday, ebullient, comes from Lena Dunham's memoir Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She's "Learned."

Today's #wordoftheday, saturnine, comes from Bram Stoker's Dracula. #Dracula

Today's #wordoftheday, saturnine, comes from Bram Stoker's Dracula. #Dracula

Abas, n. A measure of weight for pearls, formerly used in Persia.  #WordOfTheDay #pearls #abas

Abas, n. A measure of weight for pearls, formerly used in Persia. #WordOfTheDay #pearls #abas

Bemuse, v. To make utterly confused or muddled, as with intoxicating liquor. #wordoftheday #bemuse

Bemuse, v. To make utterly confused or muddled, as with intoxicating liquor. #wordoftheday #bemuse

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