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The Word Of The Day Thread

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Hey guys, I thought it might be interesting if I made a thread dedicated to new words that you may or may not of heard of before. My goal in this is to share with yawl some new vocabulary words which I am also learning myself and use them in sentences, and in talking (etc.) I will try to update this thread daily, with some new vocab words. I hope that me and you can learn something new with this(Expacaily with ones that struggle with English or Grammer, like me sometimes :smileysad:).    

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GARGANTUAN

 

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The Word for today (9/27/12) is Servile.

 


Which means behaving like a slave; submissive.

 

Example: The servile assistant hurried to do whatever his boss demanded. 

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Sorry, forgot the sentence and def.

 

Of immense size, volume, or capacity; gigantic

 

Example:  That gargantuan Hornet on the Fears Post scared me into a servile state.

 

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The word for today (09/28/12) is Fidelty 

 

 

 Fidelty - a sate of being faithful or loyal


Example: This CD recording has greater fidelity   to the original sound than to the older cassettes tape does.

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Must we have fidelity to the word fof the day presented, or should we be bringing up our own words?

 

Fidelity, by the way, comes from the latin Fidelis.  Commonly associated with the Marine Corp motto Semper Fidelis, meaning Always Vigil, or Always Faithful, but popularly shortened to Semper Fi.

 

The origin of the motto, Semper Fidelis, stems from the Irish Trbes of Galaway, specifically to the Lynche Family in the 13th through 16th centuries.  Actually of English and French Decent, the Lynches, were believed to be descended from the Norman King William Le Petit. 

 

But I digress.

 

Digression:  a section of a composition or speech that is an intentional change of subject.  The place of digression is not fixed, so it can come before or after argumentatio.

 

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Must we have fidelity to the word fof the day presented, or should we be bringing up our own words?

 

Fidelity, by the way, comes from the latin Fidelis.  Commonly associated with the Marine Corp motto Semper Fidelis, meaning Always Vigil, or Always Faithful, but popularly shortened to Semper Fi.

 

The origin of the motto, Semper Fidelis, stems from the Irish Trbes of Galaway, specifically to the Lynche Family in the 13th through 16th centuries.  Actually of English and French Decent, the Lynches, were believed to be descended from the Norman King William Le Petit. 

 

But I digress.

 

Digression:  a section of a composition or speech that is an intentional change of subject.  The place of digression is not fixed, so it can come before or after argumentatio.

 

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I agree with you 100% on what you said about  fidelity.

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Today's word of the day (9/29/12) is Docile

 

 

 


Docile 
- means easily taught

 

 

 

Example: The docile puppy did everything that it's master asked it to. 

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If raised properly, bears can be docile animals, until they maul your **bleep** to death.

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In the game AMY, the character Amy is neither a super warrior, nor a docile character that follows along.

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Can I get a cookie for writing a sentance?  :smileyhappy: *I WANNA COOKIE!*

 

This is a great thread MJB! Very useful when you're on the forum writing all the time. So now people can come to your thread, learn a word, and link it back to the word of the day so others know the meaning! 

 

 

Aloha!


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