|Wordy Wednesday|

Happy Wednesday guyss! 🙂 How has your week been so far? Mine has been busy, busy, busy….

WWednesday
1.
Petrichor
pet·ri·chor
noun
a pleasant smell that frequently accompanies the first rain after a long period of warm, dry weather. (I want that scent put in a bottle to use as perfume! :D)

2.
Logophile
log·o·phile
noun
a lover of words.

3.
Resplendent
re·splend·ent
adjective
attractive and impressive through being richly colorful or sumptuous.
gleaming, splendid, shining.

4.
Capricious
ca·pri·cious
adjective
given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behavior.
whimsical, fanciful, flighty, quirky, faddish.

5.
Vituperative
vi·tu·per·a·tive
adjective
bitter and abusive.
harsh.

6.
Palaver
pa·lav·er
noun
prolonged and idle discussion.
a parley or improvised conference between two sides.
empty talk, babble, chatter.

verb
talk unnecessarily at length.

7.
Erudite
er·u·dite
adjective
having or showing great knowledge or learning.
characterized by great knowledge, learned or scholarly

8.
Desultory
des·ul·to·ry
adjective
lacking a plan, purpose, or enthusiasm.
(of conversation or speech) going constantly from one subject to another in a halfhearted way; unfocused.

9.
Spurious
spu·ri·ous
adjective
not being what it purports to be; false or fake.
(of a line of reasoning) apparently but not actually valid.
(of offspring) illegitimate.
lacking authenticity, fake, not genuine, false, of illegitimate birth.

10.
Prevaricate
pre·var·i·cate
verb
speak or act in an evasive way.
be evasive, beat around the bush, hedge, fence, shilly-shally, dodge (the issue), sidestep (the issue).
temporize, stall (for time);
hem and haw;
to intentionally mislead or create a false impression.

 

And that’s all she wrote! 🙂 Come back next Wednesday for 10 more words, and check in Friday for chapter 4 of Judicious Julia! 🙂

Madi ❤

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