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 Someone that doesn't need a caffeine boost! (lol) This word has Latin origins, entering English in the century. Someone that doesn't need a caffeine boost! (lol) This word has Latin origins, entering English in the century. The Words, Fancy Words, Weird Words, Latin Words, Pretty Words, Beautiful Words, Cool Words, Amazing Words, Fun Words To Say

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Definition of jammy | Dictionary.com

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - jammy - British Informal. very lucky.

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palinoia: the obsessive repetition of an act until it is perfect or mastered [Greek] The Words, Fancy Words, Weird Words, Pretty Words, Beautiful Words, Cool Words, Words For Love, Unusual Words, Unique Words

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Frolic (v) play and move about cheerfully, excitedly, or energetically Unusual Words, Weird Words, Rare Words, Unique Words, Cool Words, Words To Use, New Words, Aesthetic Words, Word Nerd

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Frolic (v) play and move about cheerfully, excitedly, or energetically

Agog - highly excited by eagerness, curiosity, anticipation, etc. Origin: Agog may come from the Middle French en gogues meaning "in jest." It entered English in the The Words, Fancy Words, Weird Words, Words To Use, Pretty Words, Cool Words, Unusual Words, Unique Words, Writing Words

Definition of agog | Dictionary.com

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - agog - highly excited by eagerness, curiosity, anticipation, etc.

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