• Michael Sherer

Words of the Week:

Love to be reminded of words whose meaning fits particular contexts.

Egregious, adj., amazingly bad; shocking.

Ingénue, n., an innocent, unsophisticated young woman, particularly in a play or film.

Pulchritude, n., beauty.

Gravid, adj., full of meaning or a specific quality.

Frappinating, v., making a loud percussive, repetitive sound, as from a motorcycle exhaust.

Antiquarian, adj., of or relating to antique or rare books.

Ganglia, n., a structure forming a swelling on a nerve fiber.

Morphology, n., the study of the forms of things, for example, living bodies in biology, words in linguistics.

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