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dissensus (noun): Widespread dissent. Word of the Day for 2 May 2016. #WOTD #WordoftheDay #dissensus

geniture (noun): A person’s birth or parentage. Word of the Day for 12 October

Word of the Day: tumulus Click through to the full definition, audio pronunciation, and example sentences: http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/tumulus #WOTD #wordoftheday

Liebchen (noun): A person who is very dear to another (often used as a term of endearment). Word of the Day for 27 April

apodictic (adjective): Clearly established or beyond dispute. Word of the Day for 19 December 2015. #WOTD #WordoftheDay #apodictic

apodictic (adjective): Clearly established or beyond dispute. Word of the Day for 19 December

douceur (noun): A financial inducement; a bribe. Word of the Day for 11 February 2016. #WOTD #WordoftheDay #douceur

douceur (noun): A financial inducement; a bribe. Word of the Day for 11 February

Word of the Day: orthoepy Click through to the full definition, audio pronunciation, and example sentences: http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/orthoepy #WOTD   #wordoftheday

I ALWAYS srec this part of life up! orthoepy (noun): the correct or accepted pronunciation of words. Word of the Day for 17 December 2014

Word of the Day: odium Click through to the full definition, audio pronunciation, and example sentences: http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/odium #WOTD #wordoftheday

odium (noun): widespread hatred or disgust for someone. Word of the Day for 27 December 2014 from the Latin word od or odium meaning hatred.

peripeteia (noun): A sudden reversal of fortune or change in circumstances, especially in reference to fictional narrative. Word of the Day for October 5th, 2014 #WOTD #WordoftheDay #peripeteia

peripeteia (noun): A sudden reversal of fortune or change in circumstances, especially in reference to fictional narrative.

irresolute (adjective): showing or feeling hesitancy; uncertain. Word of the Day for 3 January 2015 #WOTD #WordoftheDay #irresolute

irresolute (adjective): showing or feeling hesitancy; The origin of this word is Latin. It comes from the Latin word, irresolutus which means not loosened. The above definition is fine for English.

matinal (adjective): Relating to or taking place in the morning. Word of the Day for 26 December 2015. #WOTD #WordoftheDay #matinal

matinal (adjective): Relating to or taking place in the morning. Word of the Day for 26 December

veronique (adjective): Denoting a dish, typically of fish or chicken, prepared or garnished with grapes. Word of the Day for 23 February 2016. #WOTD #WordoftheDay #veronique

concertante (adjective): Denoting a piece of music containing one or more solo parts, typically of less prominence than in a concerto. Word of the Day for 9 October

argufy (verb): Argue or quarrel, typically about something trivial. Word of the Day for 4 October 2015. #WOTD #WordoftheDay #argufy

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argufy (verb): Argue or quarrel, typically about something trivial. Word of the Day for 4 October

valiant (adjective): Possessing or showing courage or determination. Word of the Day for 20 June 2015. #WOTD #WordoftheDay #valiant

valiant (adjective): Possessing or showing courage or determination. Word of the Day for 20 June

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