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Archive for February 2020
January 2020 | March 2020 | Today's word

   steganography    (noun) stay-gun-OG-ra-fee
   inimical    (adjective) in-IM-ik-ul
   diaphanous    (adjective) die-AF-un-us
   doughty    (adjective) DOW-tee
   surreptitious    (adjective) su-rep-TISH-us
   subterfuge    SUB-ta-fyuj
   seminal    (adjective) SEM-in-ul
   exacting    (adjective) eks-AK-ting
   recreant    (noun and adjective) REK-ree-unt
   mansuetude    (noun) MAN-soo-ay-tyood or MAN-soo-ay-tood
   picaresque    (noun and adjective) pik-uh-RESK
   harbinger    (noun) HAR-bin-jer
   pejorative    puh-JOR-uh-tiv
   phat    (adjective) FAT
   flummery    (noun) FLUM-uh-ree
   fazed    (adjective) FAYZD
   gainsay    (verb) GAYN-say or gayn-SAY
   salutary    (adjective) SAL-yoo-tur-i
   febrile    (adjective) FEB-rilel or FEB-ril
   pernicious    (adjective) per-NISH-us
   inchoate    (adjective) IN-ko-ayt or in-KO-ayt
   schmaltz    (noun) SHMALTS
   sedulous    (adjective) SED-yu-lus
   slipshod    (adjective) SLIP-shod
   tautological    (adjective) tort-o-LOJ-ik-ul
   nous    (noun) NOWSS or NOOSS
   assiduity    (noun) ass-id-YU-i-tee
   vainglory    (noun) VAYN-glor-ee
   berm    (noun) BURM
   upbraid    (verb) up-BRAYD
   verisimilar    (adjective) ver-ee-SIM-i-lur
   aberrant    (adjective) ab-ER-unt
   parlous    (adjective) PAR-lus
   imprecate    (verb) IM-pre-kayt
   kibble    (noun) KIB-ul
   coeval    (adjective or noun) KO-ee-vl
   corsage    (noun) kor-SAJ
   redolent    REDD - lunt
   garbage    (noun) gar-bij
   limn    (verb) LIM
   euro    (noun) yu-ro
   degust    (verb) di-GUST
   topical    (adjective) TOP-i-kul
   copacetic or copasetic    (adjective) co-pa-SET-ik
   pedantic    (adjective) pid-ANT-ik
   hagiography    (noun) hag-i-OG-ra-fi
   friable    (adjective) FRY-able
   scurrilous    (adjective) SKU-ri-lus
   parsimony    (noun) PAR-si-mn-i
   epicene    (adjective) E-pi-seen
   perambulation    (noun) pur-am-byu-LAY-shun
   benighted    (adjective) be-NITE-id
   clandestine    (adjective) klan-DES-tin
   peregrination    (noun) per-ee-grin-A-shun
   languish    (verb) LAN-gwish
   rootle    (verb) ROO-tul
   spinnaker    (noun) SPIN-a-kr
   palisade    (noun) pa-lis-AID

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