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Elicit derives from the past participle of the Latin verb elicere, formed by combining the prefix e- (meaning 'away') with the verb lacere, meaning 'to entice by charm or attraction.' It is not
The fragile, airy quality of things evanescent reflects the etymology of the word evanescent itself. It derives from a form of the Latin verb evanescere, which means 'to evaporate' or 'to vanish.'
TRANSFIGURE (v.) /trans-fig-yer/ to change in outward form or appearance
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kelpie (noun): a water spirit of Scottish folklore, typically taking the form of a horse and reputed to delight in the drowning of travellers. Word of the Day for 15 March 2015. #WOTD #WordoftheDay #kelpie
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sperezzatura (n.) the ability to make one's actions seem effortless or to disguise one's true desire, feeling, or meaning. (n.) studied carelessness.
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