Lambent. (Latin origin) (of light or fire) glowing, gleaming, or flickering with a soft radiance.

(Latin origin) (of light or fire) glowing, gleaming, or flickering with a soft radiance.

...kindess✨compassion✨an open and loving heart✨_____(fill in the blanks)✨...

that cannot be eliminated, forgotten, changed, or the like: the indelible memories of war; the indelible influence of a great teacher.

We're a little behind, so we're catching up on this week's Words of the Day. But we'll be more fastidious about posting here in the future.

fastidious (Latin origin) Very attentive to and concerned about accuracy and detail. Meticulous Also, very concerned about matters of cleanliness

My new favorite word to call a gossiping person Love it

Furphy comes from the name of a brand of carts manufactured by the Furphy family of Shepparton, Victoria (Australia), and used during World War I.

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Parapraxis -A slip of the tongue or pen, forgetfulness, misplacement of objects, or other error thought to reveal unconscious wishes or attitudes.

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A magnet would definitely fit this word - how about love? This word's origins aren't known, but it did enter English usage in the

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