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Words of the Week:

Hey, guess what, folks? Writers still use these words. Found them all in this week’s WSJ.

swot, v., study assiduously

assiduous, adj., showing great care and perserverance

squoval, adj., square-oval in shape, as in gemstone cuts or fingernail styles

eschatology, n., the portion of theology concerned with death, judgment and the destiny of the human soul

propagate, v., reproduce by natural processes; spread or promote a theory or idea widely

trans-substantiality, n., the quality of having substance in more than one plane of existence.

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