Monthly Archives: January 2013

Word of the Day-Benevolent

be-nev-o-lent adjective 1. well-meaning and kind At first, people were unsure of the stranger, but he wound up being a benevolent contributor to the community. Advertisements

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Word of the Day-abate

verb 1. to put an end to Ted abated Michael’s candy-selling reign with his tantalizing offer of music.

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Word of the Day-parsimonious

Par-si-mo-in-ous Adjective 1. Extremely frugal, to the point of stinginess The most parsimonious character that comes to mind for me is Ebenezer Scrooge.

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Word of the Day-Sequester

se-quest-er adjective 1. to isolate or hide something  noun 1. a general cut in government spending   Through all of the debt ceiling discussions, I find it weird that a basic sequester is not even an option.

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Word of the Day-Sumptuous

Sump-tu-ous Adjective 1. Splendid and expensive-looking When the man proposed to his girlfriend, she couldn’t even speak; she was so amazed by the diamond that she saw staring back at her in the most sumptuous fashion.

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Favorite Podcast Blog

My favorite podcast requires some background information. My favorite hobby is a trading card game called YuGiOh. It seems nerdy, I know, but I travel around the country to play competitively with a team that I am on. Well, since … Continue reading

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My favorite app

My favorite application is the NBC app. It allows you to stream free full episodes of any NBC show. The only stipulation is that you can only watch the 5 most recent episodes. But, honestly, that is not too bad … Continue reading

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