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Monthly Archives: April 2013
pro-cliv-i-ty noun 1. a tendency to do or choose something regularly Caitlin had an impressive proclivity for attending school.
un-fath-om-able adjective 1. not capable of being fathomed 2. something impossible to comprehend The young Ryan Woods’ claim of being able to down a gallon of milk in 10 seconds was unfathomable.
joc-u-lar adjective 1. characterized by joking The Joker thought that he was being jocular, but the Batman didn’t see it that way and vowed to stop him.
lol-ly-gag verb 1. Spend time aimlessly; idle Instead of lollygagging down the hallway, Angela barreled toward class to make sure that she wasn’t late.
lack-a-dai-si-cal adjective 1. lacking enthusiasm or determination; carelessly lazy The teacher could tell that the student’s project was done in a very lackadaisical fashion.
Plat-i-tude noun 1. a remark or statement that has been used too often to be thoughtful or interesting Example 1: Laughter is the best medicine Example 2: Everything happens for a reason
in-fin-i-tes-i-mal adjective 1. extremely small When the President’s plane landed in North Korea, the North Koreans were shocked by the infinitesimal amount of security that he had.