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Fusty definition, having a stale smell; musty: fusty rooms that were in need of a good airing. Unusual Words, Weird Words, Rare Words, Unique Words, Cool Words, Fancy Words, Big Words, Words To Use, Pretty Words

Definition of fusty | Dictionary.com

Fusty definition, having a stale smell; moldy; musty: fusty rooms that were in need of a good airing. See more.

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"Why are you always so sanctimonious," Mace muttered under her breath." You're a religious dick," Nate cut in," Now put the bible down and get back to work. Fancy Words, Big Words, Words To Use, Pretty Words, Cool Words, Unusual Words, Rare Words, Unique Words, Powerful Words

“Splattered second swines shack and shortened his sanctimonious scolding simultaneously.”

Pls put up a cheerful pic in which u r not fat ! I don't like fat boys . In which ur but was the subject not ur Chubby cheeks . Interesting English Words, Unusual Words, Weird Words, Rare Words, Unique Words, Cool Words, Deep English Words, Fancy Words, Words To Use

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hobnob (v.) = to spend time with in a friendly way Unusual Words, Weird Words, Unique Words, Creative Words, Beautiful Words, Cool Words, Fancy Words, Words To Use, New Words

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You can have faith in fidelity, which has existed in English since the century; its etymological path winds back through Middle English and Middle French, eventually arriving at the Latin verb Unusual Words, Weird Words, Rare Words, Unique Words, Cool Words, Fancy Words, Words To Use, New Words, English Vocabulary Words

Word of the Day: Fidelity

June 30, 2017 | the quality or state of being faithful You can have faith in fidelity, which has existed in English since the 15th century; its etymological path winds back through Middle English and

In British poet Alexander Pope lamented, in rhyme, being besieged by & parson much bemus& in beer.& The cleric in question was apparently one of a horde of would-be poets who plagued Pope with Unusual Words, Weird Words, Rare Words, Cool Words, Words To Use, New Words, Pretty Words, Beautiful Words, My Dictionary

Word of the Day: Bemuse

February 19, 2017 | to make confused In 1735, British poet Alexander Pope lamented, in rhyme, being besieged by 'a parson much bemus'd in beer.' The cleric in question was apparently one of a horde of

Nexus is all about connections. The word comes from nectere, a Latin verb meaning & bind.& A number of other English words are related to nectere. The most obvious is connect, but annex (meaning & Words To Use, New Words, Cool Words, Vocabulary Journal, Vocabulary Words, Unique Words, Beautiful Words, My Dictionary, Idioms And Proverbs

Word of the Day: Nexus

February 07, 2017 | a connection or link Nexus is all about connections. The word comes from nectere, a Latin verb meaning 'to bind.' A number of other English words are related to nectere. The most

 English includes many words for the process of throwing in the towel, especially for relinquishing a job or elected office. Abdicate, a derivative of the prefix ab- (meaning & & Unusual Words, Rare Words, Unique Words, Fancy Words, Pretty Words, Cool Words, Latin Words, New Words, Intelligent Words

Word of the Day: Abdicate

May 30, 2017 | to give up a position of power Give it up. English includes many words for the process of throwing in the towel, especially for relinquishing a job or elected office. Abdicate, a

Posted to FB When you're one of the herd, it's tough to avoid being social. The etymology of gregarious reflects the social nature of the flock; in fact, the word grew out of the Latin noun grex, meaning 'herd' or Unusual Words, Unique Words, Beautiful Words, Latin Words, New Words, Vocabulary Words, Vocabulary Building, Cute Words

Word of the Day: Precocious

September 13, 2017 | showing mature qualities at an early age Precocious got started in Latin when the prefix prae-, meaning 'ahead of,' was combined with the verb coquere, meaning 'to cook' or 'to

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