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Word of the Day – Feb. 1 – Pugnacious

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Adjective: Pugnacious  (puhg-NEY-shuhs) Definition: Inclined to quarrel or fight readily; quarrelsome: belligerent. Example sentence: Rodney was always the most pugnacious player on the hockey team, and thus, was usually the one who spent the most time in the penalty box.

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Sunny FM Thought of the Day – Feb. 1

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Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.

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Sunny FM Thought of the Day – Jan. 29

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If you can’t keep your words, it’s better not to say “I promise.”

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Word of the Day – Jan. 29 – Nimiety

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Noun: Nimiety  (nih-MY-ih-tee) Definition: Excess, overabundance. Example sentence:  Charlotte had a nimiety of clothes in her closet and decided to donate many of them to a local charity.

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Sunny FM Thought of the Day – Jan. 28

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It doesn’t matter who hurt you or broke you down. What matters is who made you smile again.

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Word of the Day – Jan. 28 – Petulant

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Adjective: Petulant  (PET-chu-lent) Definition: 1: Insolent or rude in speech or behavior. 2: Characterized by temporary or capricious  ill humor. Example sentence: John is a petulant and fussy man who is always blaming everyone else for his problems.  

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Sunny FM Thought of the Day – Jan. 27

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Life does not have to be perfect to be wonderful.

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Word of the Day – Jan. 27 – Harry

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Verb: Harry  (HAIR-ee) Definition: 1: To make a pillaging or destructive raid on: assault. 2: To force to move along by harassing. 3: To torment by or as if by constant attack. Example sentence: The young boy was warned not to harry the kitten or he might get clawed.

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Sunny FM Thought of the Day – Jan. 26

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There are nearly 7.5 billion people in the world. Don’t let that one person ruin it for you

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Word of the Day – Jan. 26 – Rapscallion

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Noun: Rapscallion  (rap-SKAL-yun) Definition: Rascal, ne’er do-well. Example sentence: With his shaggy, perpetually unkempt hair and his charmingly crooked smile, the actor seems to have been born to play the part of a scamp or rapscallion.

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