Word Wednesday – “Autodidact”

“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

Have you become an “Autodidact” about a specific hobby, skill, and/or body of knowledge?



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