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Words of the Week:

More fun with words.

flaneurial, adj., with a casual yet sophisticated air or demeanor

bouclé, n., yarn with a looped or curled ply, or a fabric made of this yarn

haptic, adj., relating to the sense of touch

bolus, n., a small rounded mass, especially chewed food at the moment of swallowing, or a pill used in veterinary medicine

palynology, n., the study of pollen and spores, especially that found in archaeological or geological sites

implacable, adj., unable to be placated or appeased; relentless, unstoppable

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