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Word of the Day – Feb. 12 – Proclivity

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Noun: Proclivity  (proh-KLIV-uh-tee) Definition: A natural inclination or tendency; a propensity or predisposition. Example sentence: Alcoholic’s Anonymous classes help people suppress their proclivity for drinking.

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Word of the Day – Feb. 9 – Panacea

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Noun: Panacea  (pan-uh-SEE- uh) Definition: A remedy for all disease or problems; a cure-all. Example sentence: The president claims that his new policy is an economic panacea.

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Sunny FM Thought of the Day – Feb. 9

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Time deals gently only with those who take it gently.

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Word of the Day – Feb. 8 – Capricious

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Adjective: Capricious  (kuh-PREE-shuss) Definition: Unpredictable, quickly changing for no apparent reason. Example sentence: The weather here is so capricious, with snow one day and 75 degrees the next.

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Sunny FM Thought of the Day – Feb. 8

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Sometimes letting go is the only way to find out who you’re meant to hold on to.

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Word of the Day – Feb. 7 – Narcissism

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Noun: Narcissism  (NAHR-suh-siz-em) Definition: Excessive love of oneself, self admiration, vanity or conceit. Example sentence: The woman constantly displayed her narcissism by looking in the mirror to admire her beauty.  

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Sunny FM Thought of the Day – Feb. 7

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A broken heart is just the growing pains necessary so that you can love more completely when the real thing comes along.

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Word of the Day – Feb. 6 – Morose

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Adjective: Morose  (muh-ROHS) Definition: Depressed; having a gloomy mood, sullen. Example sentence: Something must be bothering him; he has looked morose all evening.

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Sunny FM Thought of the Day – Feb. 6

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To fall in love with someone’s thoughts is the most intimate, splendid romance.

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Word of the Day – Feb. 5 – Capitulate

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Verb: Capitulate  (kuh-PICH-uh-layt) Definition: To give in or give up. Example sentence: The criminal finally decided he should capitulate after a 10 hour long stand-off with police.

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