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Word of the Every So Often

May 24, 2019

squire:  (verb, not the noun version)  for a man to escort a woman.  Lord Basil squired his mistresses into the room, and Lady Basil squired them out.


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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Word of the Every So Often

impeccable:  (noun)  having no flaws; perfect.  A woodpecker-proof house would be impeccable.

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Friday, October 5, 2012

Word of the Every So Often

paraphilia:  (noun)  a condition characterized by abnormal sexual desires, typically involving extreme or dangerous activities.  He was cured from his paraphilia when he tried to have sex on the wing of an airplane while in flight.

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Monday, October 1, 2012

Word of the Every So Often

emanate:  (verb)  to issue or spread from a source.  Knowledge seemed to emanate from the professor.

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