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Use ’em or lose ’em

Save the Words

Use ’em or lose ’em

Each year hundreds of words are dropped from the English language. But they don’t have to suffer this needless death. If you can spare just a few seconds each day, you can spare a life.

Allow me to avunculize and blaterate for a moment. Don’t let your radicarian instincts become crassulent. Pigritude is no excuse.

Adopt a word at Save the Words.

avunculize (verb) – to act as an uncle

blaterate (verb) – to chatter; babble

radicarian (adj) – pertaining to the roots of words
crassulent (adj) – very fat; grossly obese

pigritude (noun) – slothfulness; laziness

David Isaacson
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