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Insouciant - free from concern, worry, or anxiety. Origin Insouciant entered English from French, based on the French verb soucier meaning "to worry." Ultimately it finds its roots in the Latin sollicitāre meaning "to disturb."More
Gaelic Mini-dictionary. Scots Gaelic is just different enough from Irish Gaelic to need this.More
Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - intransigent - refusing to agree or compromise; uncompromising; inflexible.More
This word perfectly describes one of the states Miranda is in during her imprisonment. She is always talking about wanting to escape, to see the light, and to be free - free of Clegg, free of society.More
Rutilant: glowing or glittering with red or gold light @ these-are-the-words.More
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Today's Word of the Day is intenerate. Learn its definition, pronunciation, etymology and more. Join over 19 million fans who boost their vocabulary every day.More
Ha ha. That was me a year ago. I'm sure we've all been there at some point. ~ETS #words #linguistics #lexicon #emotions (23 Perfect Words For Emotions You Never Realised Anyone Else Felt) More
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my new word for some people❣❣ Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - turpitude - vile, shameful, or base characterMore
Root word of the day - so my kids will think I'm nerdy, and thank me later. (Maybe.)More