#Word'O'th'Day #vocabulary #intelligent #wordoftheday #gettingsmarter

#Word'O'th'Day #vocabulary #intelligent #wordoftheday #gettingsmarter

Vocabulary games.

Vocabulary games.

Amanda Patterson.  Yes, I am sure I started a little bit of chatting amongst those who need to think instead of speak.

Amanda Patterson. Yes, I am sure I started a little bit of chatting amongst those who need to think instead of speak.

Ha! I caught myself writing the word 'kismesis' in one of my rough drafts the other day ... then I remembered it wasn't a real word. o.0 (Seriously though, kismesis, matesprite, moirail and auspitize should be real words.)

Ha! I caught myself writing the word 'kismesis' in one of my rough drafts the other day ... then I remembered it wasn't a real word. o.0 (Seriously though, kismesis, matesprite, moirail and auspitize should be real words.)

LEARNING NEW WORDS IS AS EASY AS ONE, TWO, THREE! ? RECOGNIZE the keys to the English language, the basic units from which all words are made ? FOLLOW clear examples of how the key explains a word's o

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LEARNING NEW WORDS IS AS EASY AS ONE, TWO, THREE! ? RECOGNIZE the keys to the English language, the basic units from which all words are made ? FOLLOW clear examples of how the key explains a word's o

Variorum. Syllabification: var·i·o·rum. Pronunciation: verēˈôrəm. adjective: variorum. Definition: 1. (of an edition of an author's works) having notes by various editors or commentators. including variant readings from manuscripts or earlier editions. noun: variorum. plural noun: variorums. 1. a variorum edition. Origin: early 18th century: genitive plural of varius ‘diverse,’ from Latin editio cum notis variorum ‘edition with notes by various (commentators).’

Variorum. Syllabification: var·i·o·rum. Pronunciation: verēˈôrəm. adjective: variorum. Definition: 1. (of an edition of an author's works) having notes by various editors or commentators. including variant readings from manuscripts or earlier editions. noun: variorum. plural noun: variorums. 1. a variorum edition. Origin: early 18th century: genitive plural of varius ‘diverse,’ from Latin editio cum notis variorum ‘edition with notes by various (commentators).’

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