• Michael Sherer

Words of The Week:

Yes, these all were used in essays and articles in WSJ.

Decorous, adj., in keeping with good taste and propriety; polite and restrained.

Sentience, n., the capacity to perceive, feel or experience subjectively.

Intimist, adj., of or relating to the recording of intimate personal and psychological experiences as a basis for art, literature, etc.

Hygge, n., Scandinavian term for a mood of comfortable conviviality with feelings of wellness and contentment.

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