WOTD: ๐Ÿ“š Hereโ€™s a fun word to say! ๐Ÿ“š Word of the Day: Sesquipedalian | Merriam-Webster

having many syllables or using long words Horace, the ancient Roman poet known for his satire, was merely being gently ironic when he cautioned young poets against using sesquipedalia verbaโ€”’words a
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WOTD: ๐Ÿ“š Word of the Day: Jurisprudence | Merriam-Webster

the science of law or a system of law ‘For a farewell to our jurisprudent, I wish unto him the gladsome light of jurisprudenceโ€ฆ.’ With this valedictory to English jurist Sir Thomas Littleton, another
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WOTD: ๐Ÿ“š Hereโ€™s a word I like very much! ๐Ÿ“š Word of the Day: -Tutelary – | Merriam-Webster

Tutelary: of or relating to a guardian Tutelary derives from the Latin noun tutelarius, meaning ‘guardian.’ Tutelarius, in turn, was formed by combining the word tutela (‘protection’ or ‘guardian’) and -arius,
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