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Magniloquent: speaking or expressed in a lofty or grandiose style; pompous; bombastic; boastful

Magniloquent (adj) Pronunciation [mag-nil-uh-kwuh nt] Speaking or Expressed in a Lofty or Grandiose Style;’s Word of the Day - forthwith - immediately; at once; without delay: Any official accused of dis...

Forthwith - immediately; without delay: any official accused of dishonesty should be suspended forthwith. Origin: Forthwith entered English in the The prepositional phrase forth with was in use in Middle English.

i want to be amative..

Amative - disposed to love. Origin Medieval Latin Amative stems from the Latin verb amāre meaning "to love." It entered English in the

Woodnote (n) ..a wild or natural musical tone, as that of a forest bird

If a bird sings in a wood but no one hears, is it still as sweet? This word entered English in the mid

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selenotropism.  This word has Greek origins, and entered English in the 1880s.

growth in response to moonlight. Origin: Selenotropism can be traced to the Greek selēnē meaning “moon” and trópos meaning "turn." It entered English in the’s Word of the Day - auriferous - yielding or containing gold.

Auriferous - yielding or containing gold. Origin: Auriferous derives from the Latin word for "gold," aurum. It entered English in the