“Trenchant“ is my word for WordWednesday. Adjective: Vigorous, cutting, piercing, sharp, blistering, or incisive manner or style of communication. Usage: I observed that the some of the Democratic candidates had a “Trenchant” communication style during the debate, last night. Pronunciation – tren(t)SHənt Was there a candidate that you thought was more  “Trenchant“ than the others,…

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“Tatterdemalion” is my word for WordWednesday. Noun- A person in tattered clothing or a shabby looking person Adjective – Ripped unkempt, ragged, dilapidated. Usage: Tattered jeans have become stylish.” Pronunciation – tat-er-di-meyl-yuh n Do you feel like you are a “Tatterdemalion” or  a Fashionista when you wear ripped jeans?     My family business memoir, No Bunk, Just…

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“Peripatetic” is my word for WordWednesday. Adjective – Traveling from place to place or working  in different places for short periods, nomadic, itinerant, traveling, wandering, migratory, vagabond, or unsettled. Noun –  Traveler from who wanders from place to place or an Aristotelian philosopher. Usage: “Entertainers often live a peripatetic life style.” Pronunciation – perēpəˈtedik Have…

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“Shana Tova” are my words for #WordWednesday Definition: A Good Year Usage:  “Shana Tova” is the Hebrew greeting for a Good New Year,! Pronunciation: shorturl.at/alAEQ  – שָׁנָה טוֹבָה To all my Jewish family members and friends, as we celebrate 5,780 I am wishing you and yours a “Shana Tova”  filed with an abundance of splendid…

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“Hamadryad” is my word for #WordWednesday. Noun: A tree dwelling nymph (that dies when the tree dies), or a venomous Indian snake,  or a Abyssinian baboon Usage: When the little girl was happy she behaved like “Hamadryad” and when she was angry she behaved like a poisonous king cobra or a famished large monkey. Pronunciation:…

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“Lethologica” and “Lethonomia” are my words for #WordWednesday. Nouns: “Lethologica” is the inability to recall the appropriate word and “Lethonomia” is the inability to recall the appropriate name. Usage: At times, I suffer from “Lethologica” when writing my blog and my husband suffers from “Lethonomia” at large business gatherings. Pronunciation: shorturl.at/vwEKP / lēTHəˈläjəkə and shorturl.at/elFX5…

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“Querimonious” is my word for #WordWednesday. Adjective: Complaining or querulous Usage: My friend became a “Querimonious” woman because of the terrible customer service she experienced. Pronunciation: http://tiny.cc/ysh7az  –  kwerə¦mōnēəs What makes you become a “Querimonious” customer?   My family business memoir, No Bunk, Just BS (Business Sense) is available on Amazon.com. Remember: 10% of royalties from the sale of No Bunk will be…

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“Autodidact” is my word for #WordWednesday. Noun: A self-taught individual, such as Steve Jobs, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Frederick Douglass, Melanie Klein, Leonardo da Vinci, Alexander Hamilton, Mary Everest Boole, Abraham Lincoln, Caroline Herschel, Mark Twain, Melanie Klein, and Bruce Springsteen. Usage: Becoming an expert without any formal training makes you an proficient “Autodidact”.  Pronunciation: http://tiny.cc/fpovaz –  ôdōˈdīdakt…

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“Coruscating” is my word for #WordWednesday. Adjective: 1. flashing, sparkling, shining, bright, brilliant glittering, twinkling, scintillating, flashing, shimmering, 2. Severely critical or scathing Usage: The new manager’s “Coruscating” clothes and verbal attack on staff members surprised everyone in the office. Pronunciation: http://tiny.cc/g1tjaz –  kôrəˌskādiNG/ Do you enjoy wearing “Coruscating” colorful clothes and/or accessories?   My family…

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“Exungulating” is my word for #WordWednesday. Verb: To pare off or trim nails or hoofs. Usage: The farrier was “Exungulating” the horse’s hoofs.    Pronunciation: http://tiny.cc/z9h69y –  ʌnjəlādiNG Do you regularly make an appointment with a podiatrist or a manicurist for “Exungulating” your nails?   My family business memoir, No Bunk, Just BS (Business Sense) is available on Amazon.com. Remember: 10% of royalties…

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“Pandiculation” is my word for #WordWednesday. Noun: A yawning and stretching or stiffening of body and extremities when fatigued, drowsy, or after waking. Usage: “Pandiculation”  is part of my daily yoga practice.   Pronunciation: http://tiny.cc/m3f78y – pan-ˌdik-yə-ˈlā-shən Does “Pandiculation” help you wake up in the morning?   My family business memoir, No Bunk, Just BS (Business Sense) is available on Amazon.com. Remember: 10% of royalties…

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“Somnambulism” is my word for #WordWednesday. Noun: Sleepwalking Usage:  My “Somnambulism” ended when I became a teenager. Pronunciation: http://tiny.cc/cjjt8y  – som-nam-byuh-liz-uh m Have you ever experienced “Somnambulism” as a child or an adult?   My family business memoir, No Bunk, Just BS (Business Sense) is available on Amazon.com. Remember: 10% of royalties from the sale of No Bunk will be allocated to JDRF.   Don’t forget about the FREE Chapter, #7 Your…

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