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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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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Word of the Every So Often

cybercesspool:  (noun)  the Internet; all of it.  Hey!  Look at this interesting article I just dredged from the cybercesspool.  It’s Bigfoot’s meatloaf recipe.  That’s proof that meatloaf exists if I ever read it!

6:19 pm pst 

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Word of the Every So Often

cybergnomes:  (plural noun)  mythical creatures that inhabit cyberspace, purposefully losing email, garbling documents, or mucking things up on the Internet and computers in general; a good excuse.  I’m sorry, Mrs. Bimbaum, but I couldn’t get the Hasting Contract finished by yesterday’s deadline because cybergnomes shut down the Internet.

6:37 am pst 

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Word of the Every So Often

construe:  (verb)  to deduce by inference or interpretation; to figure stuff out.  We construed that she really didn’t care that we hated her because of her impeccability, because that, too, was part of her impassableness.

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