Word of the Day – April 3, 2021

chisel

[ˈCHizəl]NOUNa long-bladed hand tool with a beveled cutting edge and a plain handle that is struck with a hammer or mallet, used to cut or shape wood, stone, metal, or other hard materials.VERBcut or shape (something) with a chisel.”carefully chisel out a groove for the hinge”synonyms:cut · carve · shape · fashion · form · chip · hammer · sculpt · sculpture · model · whittle · rough-hewinformalNORTH AMERICANcheat or swindle (someone) out of something.”he’s chiseled me out of my dues”synonyms:swindle · defraud · cheat · fleece · gull · rip off · screw · do · rook · diddle · take for a ride · skin · clip · gyp · gouge · bunco · rush CITE: http://www.freedictionary.com

Word of the Day – March27, 2021

salient

[ˈsālyənt]ADJECTIVEmost noticeable or important.”it succinctly covered all the salient points of the case”synonyms:important · main · principal · major · chief · primary · notable · noteworthy · [more](of an angle) pointing outward.The opposite of re-entrant.heraldry(of an animal) standing on its hind legs with the forepaws raised, as if leaping.NOUNa piece of land or section of fortification that juts out to form an angle.

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Word of the Day – March 13,2021

totalitarian

 (təʊˌtælɪˈtɛərɪən)adj(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) of, denoting, relating to, or characteristic of a dictatorial one-party state that regulates every realm of life. Also called: totalisticn(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who advocates or practises totalitarian policies. Cite: http://www.freedictionary.com

Word of the Day – March 6, 2021


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ineptitude

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ineptitude

  (ĭn-ĕp′tĭ-to͞od′, -tyo͞od′)n.1. The quality of being inept; ineptness.2. An inept act or remark.

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