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abstemious

abstemious – sparing in eating & drinking; characterized by abstinence: 'an abstemious life'; sparing: 'an abstemious diet'.

It was an evening filled with convivial enjoyment.

Origin Convive is derived from the Latin word convīva meaning "table-companion, guest.

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - dipsy-doodle - Slang. a quick dipping, sliding motion of the body, as made by ball carriers in football to evade tacklers.

a quick dipping, sliding motion of the body, as made by ball carriers in football to evade tacklers. Origin Dipsy-doodle entered English in the

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - insouciant - free from concern, worry, or anxiety; carefree; nonchalant.

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.

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - palabra - Spanish. a word.

Pinning this because I knew what it meant before I looked at the meaning. It's also the word 'word' in Spanish.

Natatorium (n) ..a swimming pool, especially one that is indoors

Natatorium - a swimming pool, especially one that is indoors. Origin: Natatorium stems from the Late Latin natātōrium meaning "swimming place," formed on the basis of the Latin verb natāre meaning "to swim." It entered English in the late

Word

Long word for something going wrong or awry! Not sure of word origin, the thought is it derives from the adverb "cater" meaning "diagonally".

Tumultuary

Tumultuary, the origin of this word is from Latin. It comes from the Latin word tumultus, which means to make loud noise. The word tumult is also from the same Latin word.

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Definitions for paronomasia Rhetoric. the use of a word in different senses or the use of words similar in sound to achieve a specific effect, as humor or a dual meaning. a pun.

Zenith - 1. a highest point or state, culmination. 2. the point on the celestial sphere vertically above a given position or observer.

This of the top of the Sears Tower or Mount Everest. The origins ome from a combination of Old Spanish, Middle English, Medieval Latin and Arabic, between

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