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Adverb: Forsooth  (fer-SOOTH) Definition: In truth: indeed, often used to imply contempt or doubt. Sample sentence: Yes, forsooth, I will hold my tongue because the look on your face tells me that would be a good idea.

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Adjective: Festinate  (FESS-tuh-nut) Definition: Hasty Sample sentence: When chosing a wedding dress, it is a good idea not to make a festinate decision, but take time to shop around.

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If you are trying to lose weight, avoid the frozen, prepared, and often expensive “diet” meals and instead hit up the produce, grain and fish sections of the grocery store. These superfoods foods are not just filling and can help you manage your weight, but offer numerous health benefits as well. 1. Kale. This dark, […]

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Noun: Interrobang  (in-TAIR-uh-bang) Definition:  A punctuation mark ‽ designed for use especially at the end of an exclamatory rhetorical question. Sample sentence: The essay was peppered with interrobangs and exclamation points, communicating—intentionally or not—an  outrage that didn’t feel very hospitable.

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On the face of it, you might figure that when covering the same distance – say, a mile – you would burn the same number of calories whether you walk or run. After all, while walking is less strenuous, it takes longer for a walker to cover the distance. But running requires much more effort […]

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Noun: Kitsch  (KITCH) Definition: 1. Something that appeals to popular or lowbrow taste and is often of poor quality. 2. A tacky or lowbrow quality or condition. Sample sentence: The country store seemed to sell mostly cheaply made kitsch and other tacky memorabilia.

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Want to promote healthy skin and proper digestion? Interested in a natural detoxifier? Water is a basic necessity. The body is more than two-thirds water, and keeping it hydrated is vital. Some reasons to sip H2O include: 1. Healthy blood and bones. Your blood is over 80 percent water and your bones over 50 percent […]

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Verb: Rebuff   (rih-BUFF) Definition: To reject or criticize sharply. Sample sentence:  I offered my sister several helpful suggestions on her new career wardrobe, but I knew she would probably rebuff them all.

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In addition to consuming oversize portions that quickly exceed a prudent calorie intake, eating too much fast food appears to dramatically raise the risk of type 2 diabetes and coronary heart disease. New research from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health suggests that indulging in just one fast food meal per week increases […]

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Adjective: Inimitable  (in-IM-it-uh-bul) Definition: Not capable of being imitated: matchless Sample sentence: As hard as I tried to make biscuits like my grandmother, her recipe was inimitable.

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