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#WordOfThdeDay: Titivate — See the full definition 賢くこぎれいにする(になる)(ことが魅力的である様子)  http://www.merriam-webster.com/word-of-the-day/titivate-2016-10-30

#WordOfThdeDay: Titivate — See the full definition 賢くこぎれいにする(になる)(ことが魅力的である様子) http://www.merriam-webster.com/word-of-the-day/titivate-2016-10-30

In its earliest uses in the 15th century, hackle denoted either a bird's neck plumage or an instrument used to comb out long fibers of flax, hemp, or jute. Apparently, some folks saw a resemblance

Word of the Day: Hackle

In its earliest uses in the 15th century, hackle denoted either a bird's neck plumage or an instrument used to comb out long fibers of flax, hemp, or jute. Apparently, some folks saw a resemblance

Nictitate — #WordOfThe Day : blink of an eye: ラテン語に期限を持ち、もとはnictateという形で用いられていた。 http://www.merriam-webster.com/word-of-the-day/nictitate-2016-11-20

Word of the Day: Perspicuous

Nictitate — #WordOfThe Day : blink of an eye: ラテン語に期限を持ち、もとはnictateという形で用いられていた。 http://www.merriam-webster.com/word-of-the-day/nictitate-2016-11-20

Lambent — #WordOfTheDay 1 : playing lightly on or over a surface : flickering. See the full definition http://www.merriam-webster.com/word-of-the-day/lambent-2016-11-18

Word of the Day: Threshold

Lambent — #WordOfTheDay 1 : playing lightly on or over a surface : flickering. See the full definition http://www.merriam-webster.com/word-of-the-day/lambent-2016-11-18

To obfuscate something means to make it so that it isn't clear or transparent, much like dirty water makes it hard to see to the bottom of a pond. The verb shares its ob- root (meaning 'over,

Word of the Day: Obfuscate

To obfuscate something means to make it so that it isn't clear or transparent, much like dirty water makes it hard to see to the bottom of a pond. The verb shares its ob- root (meaning 'over,

Salient first popped up in English in the 16th century as a term of heraldry meaning 'rampant but leaning forward as if leaping.' By the mid-17th century, it had leaped into more general use in the

Word of the Day: Argy-bargy

Salient first popped up in English in the 16th century as a term of heraldry meaning 'rampant but leaning forward as if leaping.' By the mid-17th century, it had leaped into more general use in the

Kapellmeister — #WordOfTheDay In English, it is often (though not always) used for the director of a German choir.  https://www.merriam-webster.com/word-of-the-day/kapellmeister-2016-12-14

Word of the Day: Perspicuous

Kapellmeister — #WordOfTheDay In English, it is often (though not always) used for the director of a German choir. https://www.merriam-webster.com/word-of-the-day/kapellmeister-2016-12-14

Vulpine #WordOfTheDay 少なくとも15世紀には英語のfoxlike, craftyの意味で通用していた、ラテン語で狐foxを意味するvulpesの形容詞vulpnusから生じた語。 https://www.merriam-webster.com/word-of-the-day/vulpine-2016-12-03

Word of the Day: Perspicuous

Vulpine #WordOfTheDay 少なくとも15世紀には英語のfoxlike, craftyの意味で通用していた、ラテン語で狐foxを意味するvulpesの形容詞vulpnusから生じた語。 https://www.merriam-webster.com/word-of-the-day/vulpine-2016-12-03

#WordOfTheDay Vanguard — "Vanguard" and "avant-garde" both derive from the Anglo-French word "avantgarde." https://www.merriam-webster.com/word-of-the-day/vanguard-2017-01-22

Word of the Day: Perspicuous

#WordOfTheDay Vanguard — "Vanguard" and "avant-garde" both derive from the Anglo-French word "avantgarde." https://www.merriam-webster.com/word-of-the-day/vanguard-2017-01-22

Abyssal — #WordOfTheDay ①深海の底の②理解不能な、測り難い。 See the full definition

Word of the Day: Abyssal

Abyssal — #WordOfTheDay ①深海の底の②理解不能な、測り難い。 See the full definition

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