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Monday, archaic word day! Sinapistic: adj. 1879 -1879, meaning, consisting of mustard. "My pasta has a sinapistic sauce today." 
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Archaic Word Monday! Scelidate (adj): having legs; legged. My scelidate dog always managed to beat my legless snake when they raced.
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It's September 24, National Punctuation Day, ya'll! How fun is that! Checked your commas and semicolons recently? :D 
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Here's an article with an excellent reason for using our company - it's very hard to catch mistakes in something you write!
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What do you call a cow with no legs? Ground beef! (Get it, huh, huh?) Words can be such fun. We hope your weekend is even more fun than our joke!
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Antiquated Word Monday! 
Blateration (noun, from 1656 -1864): chatter; babbling. "Stop this excessive blateration and speak of important matters."
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“Gracious words are like a honeycomb, sweetness to the soul and health to the body.” Proverbs 16:23 
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Quote Thursday! "The heart is as insatiable as the grave till Jesus enters it, and then it is a cup full to overflowing." – Spurgeon
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Monday is Antiquated Word Day! So here's it is. 

Selcouth; strange, unfamiliar, wonderful. May your Monday be both happy and selcouth!
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