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New portmanteau: Luxploration

New portmanteau: Luxploration

 A hero for a noble cause! This word has origins in French, Late Latin a… paladin. A hero for a noble cause! This word has origins in French, Late Latin and Italian, entering English just shy of the century. Unusual Words, Weird Words, Rare Words, Unique Words, New Words, Powerful Words, Cool Words, Creative Words, Foreign Words

Definition of paladin | Dictionary.com

Paladin definition, any one of the 12 legendary peers or knightly champions in attendance on Charlemagne. See more.

Tolutiloquent (TOE-loo-TILL-uh-kwent) Adjective: -Pertaining to a smooth talker. -Characterized by fluency or glibness of utterance; rapid and ready of speech. From Latin tolutim, “trotting along” + -loquus "speaking,” from loqui “to speak” Used in a. Unusual Words, Weird Words, Unique Words, New Words, Beautiful Words, Cool Words, Word Up, Word Of The Day, Word Play

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Tolutiloquent (TOE-loo-TILL-uh-kwent) Adjective: -Pertaining to a smooth talker. -Characterized by fluency or glibness of utterance; rapid and ready of speech. From Latin tolutim, “trotting along” +...

 A diamond-littered sky which could only be seen away from city lights! Also could be a definition for a personality, or an extremely bright light! This word has Latin origins, entering English around The Words, Fancy Words, Words To Use, Pretty Words, Beautiful Words, Cool Words, Unusual Words, Unique Words, Aesthetic Words

Definition of coruscant | Dictionary.com

Coruscant definition, sparkling or gleaming; scintillating; coruscating. See more.

Ramfeezled (ram-FEE-zul’d) Adjective: -To be exhausted with work, to be worn out. Verb (Ramfeezle) -To wear oneself out. Scottish Used in a sentence: “I’m going to have to cancel our dinner engagement, I’m completely ramfeezled; perhaps tomorrow. Unusual Words, Rare Words, Unique Words, Beautiful Words, Writers Help, Writers Write, Word Up, Word Of The Day, Word Play

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Ramfeezled (ram-FEE-zul’d) Adjective: -To be exhausted with work, to be worn out. Verb (Ramfeezle) -To wear oneself out. Scottish Used in a sentence: “I’m going to have to cancel our dinner...

The best Old English words that no longer exist Old English Words, In Other Words, Good Old, Being Used, Vocabulary, Good Things, Writing, Reading

13 wonderful Old English words we should still be using today

You never hear the word "snollygoster" anymore.