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Clishmaclaver

gossip/Origin Clishmaclaver is a combination of the terms clish-clash and claver, both of which mean "gossip." It entered English in the early

handsel (n) a gift or token for good luck or as an expression of good wishes, as at the beginning of the new year or when entering upon a new situation or enterprise.

A gift or token for good luck or as an expression of good wishes, as at the beginning of the new year or when entering upon a new situation or enterprise. a first installment of payment.

Say something soul-felt. Show me with your actions that you mean what you say and then I'll listen & believe. Otherwise, it's all just MALARKEY anymore.

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Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - autodidact - a person who has learned a subject without the benefit of a teacher or formal education

a person who has learned a subject without the benefit of a teacher or formal education; a self-taught person.

venial

Venial - able to be forgiven or pardoned; not seriously wrong, as a sin (opposed to mortal). Origin: Venial can be traced to the Latin term venia meaning "grace, favor, indulgence." It entered English in the

Life is full of small pleasures.

ღღ 'Life is full of little pleasures' Yes. Like the smell of roses, the scent of a lover, something pink, a good football match or a new lacy silky set ;

malinger - [muh-ling-ger]  verb; to pretend illness, especially in order to shirk one's duty.  avoid work, etc.

Malinger definition, to pretend illness, especially in order to shirk one's duty, avoid work, etc.

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