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Thesaurus Thursday. Be sure to "accentuate" the positive or whatever helps you make it a great day! Accentuate [ak-sen-choo-eyt] verb (used with object), accentuated, accentuating. 1. to give emphasis or prominence to. 2. to mark or pronounce with an accent. #chambertmasters

Grandiloquent Word of the Day: Persnickety(pur•SNIK•it•ee)Adjective:-Overparticular or fussy.-Snobbish or having the aloof attitude of a snob.-Requiring painstaking care.-Placing too much emphasis on trivial or minor details.

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Circa 1890s, 14k, American. This extraordinary antique diamond and enamel butterfly brooch is a superlative example of American Art Nouveau jewelry. Glowing enamel and bright white diamonds adorn the textured gold wings of this naturalistic pin. | 1stdibs

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Food labels to get first makeover in 20 years with new emphasis on calories, sugar - The Washington Post

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Thesaurus.com ... just wonderful! If you are already on a C, the words, explanations and tips here are perfect for getting you A*-B flair!

Thesaurus Thursday: The political silly season of 2016 is just starting--Put a little "Bunkum" in your life. 1. insincere speechmaking by a politician intended merely to please local constituents.2.insincere talk; claptrap; humbug ‪#‎chambertmasters‬

Thesaurus Thursday: We know "Vouchsafe" was good enough for McKinley. Say no more. vouchsafe 1.to grant or give, as by favor, graciousness, or condescension #chambertmasters

Thesaurus Thursday. Our word of the day is "Palaver." Please chat, discuss and use it well. @chambertmasters palaver [puh-lav-er, ‐lah-ver] 1. a conference or discussion. 2. a long parley, especially one between primitive natives and European traders, explorers, colonial officials, etc. 3. profuse and idle talk; chatter. 4. persuasive talk; flattery; cajolery. verb (used without object), palavered, palavering. 5. to talk profusely and idly.

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