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Good morning Googleville! Little bit of a soggy day on the east side but it could be worse. The Word of today is: partiality

partiality •\ˌpär-shē-ˈa-lə-tē, pär-ˈsha-lə-tē\• noun1. an inclination to favor one group or view or opinion over alternatives
2. a predisposition to like something

Lets get a few sentences from the peanut gallery!
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Good morning Googleville! Here's your Word of the Day:

Procellous (pro-SEL-uhs) adjective Stormy, as the sea.[From Latin procellosus (stormy), from procella (storm).]-Anu Garg (garg AT wordsmith.org) "I likened myself to a sailor ... to brave the dangers of that procellous sea." Rafael Sabatini; The Strolling Saint; Stanley Paul; 1913.

How about a few sentences from the peanut gallery.

And by the way, everyone have a fabulous day!
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Good morning to all my beautiful people in Googleville! Your Word of the Day is :

DYSPEPTIC

PRONUNCIATION:(dis-PEP-tik)
MEANING:adjective: 1. Relating to or suffering from dyspepsia (indigestion). 2. Having a bad temper; gloomy; irritable.
noun: One suffering from dyspepsia.


ETYMOLOGY:Via Latin from Greek dys- (bad) + peptos (digested). Ultimately from theIndo-European root pekw- (to cook or ripen), which is also the source ofcook, cuisine, kitchen, kiln, biscuit, apricot (an early-ripening peach,literally speaking), pumpkin, and Hindi pakka (ripened, cooked).Earliest documented use: 1694.

Lets come up with some good sentences for TGIF!
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Good morning Googleville! You already know what it is!

The Word of the Day is: Specious

Specious [spe·cious] adj. 1. Having the ring of truth or plausibility but actually fallacious: a specious argument. 2. Deceptively attractive.


Let me get a few sentences from the peanut gallery!!!
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Good Morning beautiful people!!! Word of the Day is: Taciturn \TASS-uh-tern\
adjective
: temperamentally disinclined to talk
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Upon hearing that reticent Calvin Coolidge -- arguably the most taciturn president in U.S. history -- had died, Dorothy Parker quipped, "How could they tell?"

Alright folks, y'all know the deal, lets get a few sentences together!
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Good morning Googleville! It's about that time again.

Your word of the day is: Acerbic

Acerbic [a·cer·bic] adj. Sharp or biting, as in character or expression: The director occasionally allowed an acerbic tone to an otherwise subtle dialogue.

Now can I at least get a few sentences from all my fellow constituents!
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Good morning Googlers! Its that time again. The Word of the Day is: Anachronism

Anachronism [a·nach·ro·nism] n. One that is out of its proper, chronological, or historical order, especially a person or practice that belongs to an earlier time. [the sword is an anachronism in modern warfare].

Now can I get a couple of sentences to start the day right?
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