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Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - stravage - Scot., Irish, and North England. to wander aimlessly.

"Not all who wander are lost. This word has Medieval Latin origins, entering English in the century.

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fastidious (Latin origin) Very attentive to and concerned about accuracy and detail. Meticulous Also, very concerned about matters of cleanliness

English speakers are fond of forming new words through reduplication of a base word, usually with just a slight change of sound. Think of okeydoke, fuddy-duddy, super-duper, roly-poly, fiddle-faddle,

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English speakers are fond of forming new words through reduplication of a base word, usually with just a slight change of sound. Think of okeydoke, fuddy-duddy, super-duper, roly-poly, fiddle-faddle,

It comes from the Greek word εὔνοια, meaning "well mind" or "beautiful thinking. Eunoia is the shortest English word containing all five main vowel graphemes. In book eight of Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle uses the term to refer to the kind and benevolent feelings of goodwill a spouse has which form the basis for the ethical foundation of human life.

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Beautiful thoughts and a well mind. Eunoia is the shortest English word containing all five main vowel graphemes. It comes from the Greek word εὔνοια, meaning “well mind” or “beautiful thinking.

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - compathy - feelings, as happiness or grief, shared with another or others. Divorce Support Group Monday 6:30 www.drjodipeary.com

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