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Word of the day

Post by stuie » 29 Nov 2015, 12:38

nocturne
1.Music. a piece appropriate to the night or evening.
2.Music. an instrumental composition of a dreamy or pensive character.
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Re: Word of the day

Post by tonyp » 29 Nov 2015, 22:25

stuie wrote:nocturne
1.Music. a piece appropriate to the night or evening.
2.Music. an instrumental composition of a dreamy or pensive character.
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Re: Word of the day

Post by stuie » 30 Nov 2015, 13:51

bibliotaph
1.a person who caches or hoards books.
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Re: Word of the day

Post by tonyp » 30 Nov 2015, 22:56

stuie wrote:bibliotaph
1.a person who caches or hoards books.
correct.
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Re: Word of the day

Post by bristleposh » 01 Dec 2015, 00:05

tonyp wrote:
stuie wrote:bibliotaph
1.a person who caches or hoards books.
correct.
No, that's somebody who is right
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Re: Word of the day

Post by tonyp » 01 Dec 2015, 00:49

bristleposh wrote:
tonyp wrote:
stuie wrote:bibliotaph
1.a person who caches or hoards books.
correct.
No, that's somebody who is right
:lol: Correct as well
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Re: Word of the day

Post by stuie » 01 Dec 2015, 18:42

Definitions for winkle
1.British. Informal. to pry (something) out of a place, as winkle meat is dug out of its shell with a pin (usually followed by out).
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Re: Word of the day

Post by tonyp » 01 Dec 2015, 22:13

stuie wrote:Definitions for winkle
1.British. Informal. to pry (something) out of a place, as winkle meat is dug out of its shell with a pin (usually followed by out).
I think they used to sell winkles at Hunstanton.
You got at the meat using a pinout. :)
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Re: Word of the day

Post by stuie » 02 Dec 2015, 11:26

propinquity
1.Nearness in place; proximity.
2.affinity of nature; similarity.
3.Nearness in time.
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Re: Word of the day

Post by stuie » 03 Dec 2015, 12:39

bibliotaph
1.a person who caches or hoards books.
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Re: Word of the day

Post by tonyp » 03 Dec 2015, 12:41

stuie wrote:bibliotaph
1.a person who caches or hoards books.
:lol:
Will you eventually give us a word we can use in an everyday sentence?
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Re: Word of the day

Post by stuie » 03 Dec 2015, 12:45

tonyp wrote:
stuie wrote:bibliotaph
1.a person who caches or hoards books.
:lol:
Will you eventually give us a word we can use in an everyday sentence?
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Re: Word of the day

Post by bristleposh » 03 Dec 2015, 12:57

Today's word Everyday
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Re: Word of the day

Post by stuie » 03 Dec 2015, 13:01

bristleposh wrote:Today's word Everyday
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Re: Word of the day

Post by stuie » 03 Dec 2015, 13:06

everyday

1. happening or used every day; daily.
"everyday chores like shopping and housework"
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