Word of the Day – Mendacious

By July 8, 2016Word of the Day

Mendacious (adj)


Untruthful; lying

Today’s word is for our politicians here in the UK right now who have dragged us into an awful mess based on mendacious propaganda.

Example sentences

“The whole campaign was built on mendacious propaganda.”

“Are you really suggesting that mendacious toerag as leader?”

Word of the Day – Pilgarlic

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Pilgarlic (noun)


Originally: a bald head; a bald-headed person. In later use also: a pitiable, lowly, or foolish person; a shabby or unkempt person. Frequently used without article, as though a proper name.

Early 16th century; earliest use found in John Skelton (c1460–1529), poet. In some forms apparently partly from pilled + garlic and partly from peeled + garlic; in some forms apparently partly from pill + garlic and partly from peel + garlic.

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