Word of the Day – Protuberance

By August 11, 2020Word of the Day

Protuberance (noun)

pr-ot-oo-be-runs

A thing that protrudes from something else.

Example sentences

“The protuberance from its head differentiated it from other lizards.”

Word of the Day – Velarisation

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Velarisation (noun) (phonetics) vel-ar-ais-ay-shun A secondary articulation involving movement of the back of the tongue towards the velum. (more…)

Word of the Day – Viridescent

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Viridescent (adj) (literary) vi-ree-des-ent Greenish or becoming green. Mid 19th century from late Latin viridescent- ‘becoming green’, from the verb viridescere, from Latin viridis ‘green’. (more…)

Word of the Day – Dammar

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Dammar (noun) dam-ar Resin obtained from any of a number of tropical, chiefly Indo-Malaysian trees, used to make varnish. Late 17th century from Malay damar ‘resin’. (more…)

Word of the Day – Scrummy

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Scrummy (adj) (Br/Eng) sk-rum-ee Delicious. Mid 19th century from scrumptious+ -y. (more…)

Word of the Day – Trice

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Trice   (noun) tri-s A moment, figuratively an instant. From Latin (more…)

Word of the Day – Drey

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Drey (noun) dray The nest of a squirrel, usually made of leaves and twigs and found in the forks of branches. Early 17th century of unknown origin. (more…)

Word of the Day – Womble

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Womble (noun) (British) wom-bl A fictional animal inhabiting Wimbledon Common in London, characterized as clearing up litter. 1960s from Wombledon Common, representing a child's pronunciation of Wimbledon; the creatures first…

Word of the Day – Revulsant

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Revulsant (noun)(historic) (rare) ree-vul-sant A medicine or treatment used to produce revulsion; a revulsive; a counterirritant. Early 19th century. From revulse + -ant. (more…)

Word of the Day – Quop

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Quop (verb) (British regional) kwop To tremble, wriggle, writhe; to throb, pulsate, palpitate. English regional in later use. Late Middle English; earliest use found in The Wycliffite Bible (early version).…

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