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Blarney - flattering or wheedling talk. Origin: from a hamlet in Ireland, where a stone in Blarney Castle is said to impart skill in flattery to anyone who kisses it. [Hey, there's an Irish bar in NYC by the name of Blarney Stone!

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - verbicide - the willful distortion or depreciation of the original meaning o...

ver·bi·cide [vur-buh-sahyd] noun the willful distortion or depreciation of the original meaning of a word. a person who willfully distorts the meaning of a word.

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Pabulum - The origin of this word is from Latin. It comes from the Latin word pascere which means to feed. Like in eating. To get nourishment. It entered English in the mid 17th century. The above definition is the best for English. Pablum......

material for intellectual nourishment. something that nourishes an animal or vegetable organism;

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rusticstyle: “OLD English (V) To wander longingly through the forest
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rabble-rouser.  There are four of them in the race.  All men.

There is an awful lot of rabble rousing in our society today but few people taking responsibility for the trouble they cause or their own behavior.

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