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#WordOfTheDay Raiment tends to appear mostly in classical context though it pops up from time to time in daily use. https://www.merriam-webster.com/word-of-the-day/raiment-2017-01-18

#WordOfTheDay Raiment tends to appear mostly in classical context though it pops up from time to time in daily use. https://www.merriam-webster.com/word-of-the-day/raiment-2017-01-18

Word of the Day: Sylvan

Word of the Day: Sylvan

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There is a hint about the origins of malleable in its first definition. The earliest uses of the word, which first appeared in English in the 14th century, referred primarily to metals that could be

Word of the Day: Malleable

There is a hint about the origins of malleable in its first definition. The earliest uses of the word, which first appeared in English in the 14th century, referred primarily to metals that could be

Like the common words fact and factual, factitious ultimately comes from the Latin verb facere, meaning 'to do' or 'to make.' But in current use, factitious has little to do with things factual and

Word of the Day: Factitious

Like the common words fact and factual, factitious ultimately comes from the Latin verb facere, meaning 'to do' or 'to make.' But in current use, factitious has little to do with things factual and

Wistful #WordOfTheDay 後の来歴はwishfulとwistly (intentlyを表す古い用法)の組み合わせから「らしい」ということだけで、なぜ現用の意味が生じたか分からないところが「せつない」。 http://www.merriam-webster.com/word-of-the-day/wistful-2016-11-26

Word of the Day: Perspicuous

Wistful #WordOfTheDay 後の来歴はwishfulとwistly (intentlyを表す古い用法)の組み合わせから「らしい」ということだけで、なぜ現用の意味が生じたか分からないところが「せつない」。 http://www.merriam-webster.com/word-of-the-day/wistful-2016-11-26

Genteel #WordOfTheDay 一瞥してフランス語のgentilと関わりある意味内容だろうと思っていたら下に書いてあら"Did You Know"のところにバッチリそう書いてあった。詳しくは→

Word of the Day: Genteel

Genteel #WordOfTheDay 一瞥してフランス語のgentilと関わりある意味内容だろうと思っていたら下に書いてあら"Did You Know"のところにバッチリそう書いてあった。詳しくは→

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

The adjective lachrymose comes from Latin lacrimosus (from the noun lacrima, meaning 'tear'). Lachrymose didn't appear in English until around 1727, but another closely related adjective can be traced

Word of the Day: Lachrymose

The adjective lachrymose comes from Latin lacrimosus (from the noun lacrima, meaning 'tear'). Lachrymose didn't appear in English until around 1727, but another closely related adjective can be traced

Ascetic comes from askētikos, a Greek adjective meaning 'laborious.' Ultimately, it comes from the Greek verb askein, which means 'to exercise' or 'to work.' There aren't many other English words from

Word of the Day: Ascetic

Ascetic comes from askētikos, a Greek adjective meaning 'laborious.' Ultimately, it comes from the Greek verb askein, which means 'to exercise' or 'to work.' There aren't many other English words from

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