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The late, great Bill Hicks, when he was bored, read the dictionary. I didn’t quite get it at the time, but sure do now, since I too have come to love words.
When journalist, Bill O’Reilly, was let go from the Fox Network after twenty-one years on the air, his comment was, “I’m disheartened.” That word has stayed with me since. A verb that means, to lose faith and confidence. To be … Continue reading
While speaking with a friend, she called a guy we both know, cheeky. So not to display my ignorance, rather than ask it’s meaning, I came home to do research. Cheeky, an adjective… impudent or irreverent, typically in an endearing or amusing way: a cheeky grin. … Continue reading
I overheard two men talking. One said to the other, “I really like Kyle, but he’s such a fucking prig.” Prig? Now there’s a word you don’t hear very often, so naturally my ears flapped like Dumbo’s. Prig: a self-righteously moralistic … Continue reading
Lofty…of a noble or exalted nature – towering, soaring, grand and fine. Decent, worthy, virtuous and good. Lofty ideals verses lofty disdain…arrogant, conceited, high-minded and vain. Proud, prissy, superior and smug. Noun…loftiness Adverb…loftily It’s a word that rolls off your … Continue reading
I’ve been using the term, compartmentalize, a lot lately, more to myself than to others. Having so much going on in various areas, I need to keep everything in their rightful place insuring one doesn’t bleed into the other…like separating … Continue reading
I’m often called prolific, but unbeknownst to me, it doesn’t necessarily mean you’re a good writer, just a constant one churning out what, very well, could be considered crap on a daily basis. Prolific 1 (of a plant, animal, or … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but I need all the help I can get encouragement wise. Whenever a word keeps coming up I feel it’s speaking to me. Emboldened is the latest : a verb…the courage or confidence to do … Continue reading
My ears, what’s left of them, perked up when I was referred to as whimsical, a word you don’t hear often…an adjective meaning: easygoing and playful, carefree and quaint. Outlandish, unconventional and quirky…marching to the beat of a different drummer. … Continue reading
Eloquent: to be versed or fluent in speech. Articulate, expressive and glib. Vivid, lucid, lofty and smooth-tongued. Effective, persuasive – holding sway. Having great power or influence over a particular person, place, or domain… being well-expressed. To put it simply…to … Continue reading