Tag Archive: Word

Word of the Week: Jacent

Defined as: Sluggish or to lie flat After eating way too many no-bake chocolate peanut-butter cookies I was jacent on the floor. Jacent but of so happy. Word brought to you by Phrontistery.

Word of the Week: Jumart

Defined as: A cow and donkey’s mythical offspring. Jumart! “No, it’s HMart.” What? Human, if anyone was a jumart it would be you. I think I’ll try to tip you in your sleep. “Don’t be a donkey, Eliza Leigh.” Word brought to you by Phrontistery.

Word of the Week: Jabberwock

Defined as: Gibberish or nonsense I heard the sounds she was making but it was pure jabberwock to me. “Why am I not surprised?  I was telling you to stay away from my candy.” See…jabberwock.  Wait!  Does this mean the Jabberwocky is a fictional work? “Oiy.” Word brought to you by Phrontistery.

Word of the Week: Elderly Primigravida

Pimigravida a commonly-used medical term means pregnant for the first time but elderly primigravida has become dated. "Which part has become dated?  Because it is elderly?" Leave the jokes to me Human.  They considered a woman over 35 as elderly.  Tick-tock, HT.  Ha-ha-ha!

Word of the Week: Flavedo

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Quote of the Week: Jim Rohn

If you don’t like how things are, change it!  You’re not a tree. ~Jim Rohn

Words that start with B

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Words that start with C

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Quote of the Week: Betty Reese take on insects

If you think you are too small to be effective, you have never been in bed with a mosquito. ~Betty Reese Conversely, imagine the world taken over by mutant mosquitoes! Here is a series of photographs taken in the 1940′s giving humankind a dark glimpse into the grim possible future. Being eaten and ruled over…

Word of the Week: Quibbleism

Considered a lost word, quibbleism is just another excellent example of my humanoids behavior.  According to a lovely new site we stumbled across, The Phrontisrey, it seems the term quibbleism was used in 1836. This one shouldn’t be too difficult to deduce since the root is quibble. The practice of quibbling. ”Not to sound like…

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