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Grandiloquent Word of the Day: Echinate. Clearly derived from the same root word from which Echidna springs, referring to either the spiny anteater or from Greek mythology, where Echidna was a monster, half-woman and half-snake, who lived alone in a cave. She was the mate of the most fearsome monster Typhon.
Elizabeth Hines is AlterNet’s education editor. She was formerly the director of communications for the White House Project. Her work has appeared on the Huffington Post, Women’s eNews, AOL’s BlackVoices, Black Enterprise Magazine, and Babble.com. She is the co-author of the biography, Black Titan: A.G. Gaston and the Making of a Black American Millionaire, winner of a 2004 Non-Fiction Book Honor from the American Library Association. She earned her BA from Yale University and did her…
Grandiloquent Word of the Day: Blowsabella (BLOWZ•uh•BEL•uh) Noun: A hot-tempered, unjustifiably angry woman (I ask, when is a woman ever unjustifiably angry?). Typically, the hot-tempered woman was described as a wench and lived as a servant of a wealthy family. Used in a sentence: "Berta wouldn't be such a blowsabella if she didn't have to deal with Charlie, Allan and Jake."