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Wednesday’s Word–Senary

Today’s word is – “senary” senary [sen.a.ry ] noun. Pronounced “sen-uh-ree” 1. Of or relating to the number six. 2. Having six things or parts. Origin – C17: from Latin sēnārius, from sēnī six each, from sex six Related words

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Wednesday’s Word–Plutocracy

Today’s word is – “plutocracy” plutocracy [plu·toc·ra·cy ] noun. Pronounced “ploo-tok-ruh-see” 1. the rule or control of society by the wealthy 2. a state or government characterized by the rule of the wealthy 3. a class that exercises power by

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Wednesday’s Word–Manacle

Today’s word is – “manacle” manacle [man·a·cle ] noun. Pronounced “man-uh-kul” : a shackle, handcuff, or fetter, used to secure the hands of a prisoner, convict, etc From vocabulary.com If a police officer has to manacle your hands behind your back,

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Wednesday’s Word–Cimmerian

Today’s word is – “Cimmerian” Cimmerian [Cim·me·ri·an ] verb. Pronounced “si-mir-ee-uhn” : very dark or gloomy Origin – After Cimmerians, a mythical people described in Homer’s Odyssey, who lived in perpetual darkness at the entrance of Hades. The historical Cimmerians,

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Wednesday’s Word–Ruminate

Today’s word is – “ruminate” Ruminate [ru·mi·nate ] verb. Pronounced “roo-muh-neyt” : to think carefully and deeply about something of an animal : to bring up and chew again what has already been chewed and swallowed From vocabulary.com When you

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