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This AMAZING backyard space from fellow Sacramentan is pretty much the epitome of outdoor perfection and is SO much of what we hope to create here in backyard. I LOVE the generous seating area, the large paver and gravel

Do you know anyone prone to pleonasm?   #wotd #wordoftheday #dictionarycom #words #learning #language #vocabulary #definition

Today's Word of the Day is pleonasm. Learn its definition, pronunciation, etymology and more. Join over 19 million fans who boost their vocabulary every day.

Use anathema in a sentence!   #wotd #wordoftheday #dictionarycom #words #learning #language #vocabulary #definition

a person or thing detested or loathed: That subject is anathema to him.

How do you show your savoir-faire?  #wotd #wordoftheday #dictionarycom #words #learning #language #vocabulary #definition

Savoir-faire is a French phrase literally meaning "knowing how to do." It entered English in the late

What brings you heartsease?  #wotd #wordoftheday #dictionarycom #words #learning #language #vocabulary #definition

Heartsease-peace of ones mind. Amazing words for writing

Who is the most draconian character you know?  #wotd wordoftheday #dictionarycom #words #learning #language #vocabulary #definition

The word "punishment" comes to mind. Good description for the bad guys in my book! (just sayin') This word has Latin origins, entering English around

Have you experienced ataraxia?  #wotd #wordoftheday #dictionarycom #words #learning #language #vocabulary #definition

Ataraxia - a state of freedom from emotional disturbance and anxiety

Today's Word of the Day is oscitant.  #wordoftheday #zzzzzzzz

Today& Word of the Day is oscitant. Learn its definition, pronunciation, etymology and more. Join over 19 million fans who boost their vocabulary every day.

Today's Word of the Day is excoriate. #wordoftheday

Today& Word of the Day is excoriate. Learn its definition, pronunciation, etymology and more. Join over 19 million fans who boost their vocabulary every day.

Today's Word of the Day is fusillade.  #wordoftheday

Rain, artillery, or, a writer gettin' it done! This word has French origins, entering our English in the late century.