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Sirimiri: A light rain, fine drizzle

tweedle. Great word for the Pied Piper of Hamlin! This word entered English in the late 1600s.

Tweedle - to lure by or as by music: The Pied Piper tweedled the children in. Origin: Tweedle is imitative in origin, though it may also be influenced by the verb wheedle. It entered English in the late

Most people hear the word fetish and automatically thing it's sexual, but that is not always the case. In reality, all a fetish means is that you like something very much.Here are 31 fetishes that have nothing to do with sex.

Non-sexual fetishes - Autophile the person who loves solitude

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - gleed - Archaic. a glowing coal.

**Gleed: a glowing coal

magnanimous - revealing generosity or nobility of mind, character, etc. | What a way to live!

magnanimous - revealing generosity or nobility of mind, character, etc.

I have been thinking about it for so long...... so that's what we call yesterday evening .

Today's Word of the Day is yestreen. Learn its definition, pronunciation, etymology and more. Join over 19 million fans who boost their vocabulary every day.

probably one of my favorite words...to say and to be.

tearfully or weakly emotional; foolishly sentimental: a maudlin story of a little orphan and her lost dog. foolishly or mawkishly sentimental because of drunkenness.

gonzo. Describes most of the political talk shows! This word has both Germanic and Spanish origins, and entered English around 1970

Gonzo - Filled with bizarre or subjective ideas, commentary, or the like

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Today's Word of the Day is niveous. Learn its definition, pronunciation, etymology and more. Join over 19 million fans who boost their vocabulary every day.

Thaumaturge

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in a confused or jumbled mass, crowd, manner, etc.: The crowd rushed pell-mell into the store when the doors opened.

Or out. I like being outside when it rains. I like the feel on my face.

The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows is “a compendium of invented words” written by graphic designer and editor John Koenig. The origin of this word is from the Greek. It comes from the Greek word krusos which means golden.

hypophrenia

) a feeling of sadness seemingly without a cause. This is a lot like the feeling of depression, sometimes you just get sad and you don't know why.

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - catawampus - Chiefly Midland and Southern U.S. askew

Catawampus (Chiefly Midland and Southern US): Askew;

the definition of mizzle

Rain quotes and definitions rain window dew drops water

as opposed to drizzle, which is to rain lightly, mizzle is more of a misty rain. drizzle can mean in patches, where drizzle is a more uniform description of the rain
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