sequacious (adjective): (Of a person) lacking independence or originality of thought. Word of the Day for 18 November 2015. #WOTD #WordoftheDay #sequacious

sequacious (adjective): (Of a person) lacking independence or originality of thought. Word of the Day for 18 November

IELTS Writing Task 1: Line graph 4 main sentences

IELTS Writing Task Line graph 4 main sentences

forebearance

Today's Word of the Day is longanimity. Learn its definition, pronunciation, etymology and more. Join over 19 million fans who boost their vocabulary every day.

reticent (adjective): not revealing one's thoughts or feelings readily. Word of the Day for 12 December 2014 #WOTD #WordoftheDay #reticent

emulous (adjective): seeking to emulate someone or something. Word of the Day for 20 December 2014

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paramount (adjective): more important than anything else; Word of the Day for 16 November 2014

That's a perfect half-description of Charlie Brown! (lol) This word has Middle English origins, entering English around

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Today's Word of the Day is opprobrious. Learn its definition, pronunciation, etymology and more. Join over 19 million fans who boost their vocabulary every day.

Sagacious

Definition of sagacious - having or showing keen mental discernment and good judgement; wise or shrewd

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - psittacism - mechanical, repetitive, and meaningless speech.

Psittacism - mechanical, repetitive, and meaningless speech. Origin Latin Psittacism comes from the Latin word for "parrot," psittacus. It gained traction in English in the late

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A civilization that spends more money on war than on education & peace is anything but civilized. Why is there always Plenty of Money for Wars but not enough for Health, Education & Social Security ?

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