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Word of the day: karst

noun. karst is a landscape formed from the dissolution of soluble rocks including limestone, dolomite and gypsum. It is characterized by sinkholes, caves, and underground drainage systems


Word of the day: eleemosynary

adj.of or pertaining to charity; charitable

Word of the day: cacuminate

verb. to sharpen or make pointed

Word of the day: lickerish


  1. greedy
  2. lustful; lecherous
  3. glulttonous or eager for food

Word of the day: antoecial

adj. applied to places in opposite hemispheres but in same latitude and longitude

Word of the day: sacerdotal


  1. relating to priests or the priesthood; priestly
  2. relating to a doctrine that ascribes spiritual or supernatural powers to ordained priests

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Internet is down again and looks like for the long haul. I am at the library again. ef me

Word of the day: tercel

noun. (archaic) male hawk or falcon

Word of the day: caliginous

adj. misty; dim; obscure

Word / Phrase of the day: Hobson’s choice

noun. a choice in which only one option is offered; the choice to take it or leave it

Word of the day: elusory

adj. evasive; difficult to grasp mentally

Word of the day: cacoepy

noun. bad or mistaken pronunciation

Word of the day: suriphobia

noun. fear of mice