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Word of the Day - for Toastmasters everywhere
Archive for March 2020
February 2020 | April 2020 | Today's word

   panacea    (noun) pan-er-SEE-er
   ratiocinate    (verb) ra-shi-O-si-nate
   nepotism    (noun) NE-pt-is-um
   torpid    (adjective) TOR-pid
   moniker    (noun) MON-ik-a
   omerta    (noun) o-MER-ta
   churlish    (adjective) TCHERL-ish
   scuzz    (noun) SKUZ
   strobic    (adjective) STRO-bik
   diplomatics    (noun) dip-lo-MAT-iks
   roadkill    (noun) ROHD-kil
   feral    (adjective) FER-ul
   banjax    (verb) BAN-jaks
   furlough    (noun) FUR-lo
   jejune    (adjective) ji-JOON
   thole    (verb) THOLE
   bathos    (noun) BAY-thos
   incandescent    (adjective) in-kan-DESS-ent
   rhotacism    (noun) RO-ta-siz-m
   threnody    (noun) THREN-o-dee
   calumny    (noun) KAL-um-ni
   footle    (verb) FOO-tul
   invidious    (adjective) in-VID-i-us
   waqf    (noun) WOKF
   cherub    (noun) CHE-rb
   nemesis    (noun) NEM-a-sis
   orology    (noun) o-ROL-o-gee
   stotious (or stocious)    (adjective) STO-shus
   posset    (noun and verb) POSS-it
   megrims    (noun) ME-grims
   garrulous    (adjective) GARR-o-lus
   caboodle    (noun) ka-BOO-dul
   dedal (also daedal)    (adjective) DEE-dl
   psephology    (noun) sef-OL-o-jee
   chasmogamic    (adjective) kaz-mo-GAM-ik
   numinous    (adjective) NYOO-min-us
   germane    (adjective) jer-MAYN
   cynosure    (noun) SY-no-syur
   prognosis    (noun) prog-NO-sis
   persiflage    (noun) PUR-si-flaj
   mordant    (adjective) MOR-dant
   Gadarene    (adjective) GAD-a-reen
   recalcitrant    (adjective) ree-KAL-si-trnt
   apotheosis    (noun) a-poth-ee-O-sis
   plangent    (adjective) PLAN-jnt
   tenderloin    (noun and adjective) TEN-der-loyn
   prescience    (noun) PRESS-i-ens OR PREESH-yens
   prestidigitation    (noun) pres-ti-di-jit-A-shun
   paramount    (adjective) PAR-a-mownt
   spelunker    (noun) spi-LUN-ker
   sanguine    (adjective) SAN-gwin
   sidereal    (adjective) sy-DEER-i-al
   perspicuous    (adjective) pur-SPIK-yu-us
   bowdlerise    (verb) BODE-le-rize
   pleonasm    (noun) PLEE-a-nazm
   hypocorism    (noun) hi-PO-cor-is-um
   penchant    (noun) PON-shon or PEN-chunt
   quondam    (adjective) KWON-dam
   haptic    HAP-tik
   cloud-cuckoo-land    (noun) klowd-KOOK-oo-land
   labile    (adjective) LAY-byle

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