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Yall even the dictionary supports a female Doctor.

Yall even the dictionary supports a female Doctor.

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One of the first cited uses of tetchy occurs in William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet (1596). Etymologists are not certain how the word came about, but some have suggested that it derives from tetch,

Word of the Day: Tetchy

One of the first cited uses of tetchy occurs in William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet Etymologists are not certain how the word came about, but some have suggested that it derives from tetch,

Gimcrack - a showy object of little use or value : gewgaw   Examples of gimcrack in a sentence a remarkable amount of money is spent on gimcracks and other unnecessary items each year  that woman has enough gimcracks to fill up a novelty company's mail-order catalog

Word of the Day: Gimcrack

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"She wore a silk dress purfled with gold, and they compared her beauty to the moon." — Nicholas Jubber, The Prester Quest, June 2011

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We find written evidence for diminution going back to the 14th century, including use in Geoffrey Chaucer's Middle English poetical work Troilus and Criseyde. Chaucer used 'maken dyminucion' ('make

Word of the Day: Diminution

We find written evidence for diminution going back to the 14th century, including use in Geoffrey Chaucer's Middle English poetical work Troilus and Criseyde. Chaucer used 'maken dyminucion' ('make

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day: Epigram: noun - \EP-ih-gram\ 1: a concise poem dealing pointedly and often satirically with a single thought or event and often ending with an ingenious turn of thought  2: a terse, sage, or witty and often paradoxical saying  3: expression marked by the use of epigrams

Word of the Day: Immense

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Today the word plausible usually means 'reasonable' or 'believable,' but it once held the meanings 'worthy of being applauded' and 'approving.

Word of the Day: Plausible

Today the word plausible usually means 'reasonable' or 'believable,' but it once held the meanings 'worthy of being applauded' and 'approving.

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