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Words of The Week:

Words and language are so much fun.

klept, v. (past participle), retained possession of stolen items.

djinn, n., the type of spirit that possess one after imbibing alcohol steeped in juniper.

dudgeon, n., a strong underground prison cell for those with a cold or flu.

prolix, n., a signal of affection from working dogs and those that have received awards at shows.

valetudinarian, n., a summa cum laude hypochondriac.

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