WOTD: ๐Ÿ“š Word of the Day: Omniscient | Merriam-Webster

having universal or complete knowledge One who is omniscient literally knows all. The word omniscient, which has been part of English since at least the beginning of the 17th century, brings together
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WOTD: ๐Ÿ“š Word of the Day: Jocund | Merriam-Webster

marked by or suggestive of high spirits Don’t let the etymology of jocund play tricks on you. The word comes from jucundus, a Latin word meaning ‘agreeable’ or ‘delightful,’ and ultimately from the
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