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Here is your education for today 😉 I guarantee you most awesome words yet to be in this post. Keep reading.
Word: crapulous (v)
Origin: from Latin crapula, from Greek kraipale “hangover, drunken headache, nausea from debauching..
Meaning: drunk, intemperate, drunken, impaired; debauched, sick with intemperance, gluttonous.
Sentence: The boys came home crapulous after the party last night.
The thing about this poor word is that people dont use ut because in their head it means something else.
Word: cockalorum (n) [KOK-uh-lor-uhm]
Origin: influence by Dutch kockeloeren, to crow.
Meaning: A little man with an unduly high opinion of himself or boastful talk; crowing
Sentence: Piyush gave her such a tough time. What a cockalorum!
I guess all this word wanted to say was “the cock of all cocks”
Word: curglaff (n)
Origin: Late 18th century, Scottish.
Meaning: The shock felt when entering cold water.
Sentence: I love bathing in the shower but once I over come the curglaff.
Did you really think there was going to be a word for that sensation?? I am so in love with this word now.
Word: callipygian (adj)
Origin: Greek kallipýg– with beautiful buttocks; referring to a statue of Aphrodite.
Meaning: Having well shaped buttocks.
Sentence: These days most of the movies are thriving on callipygian actors.
As they say a butt is a butt is a butt 😉
Word: Cavil (v)
Origin: Latin cavillārī to jeer, scoff, quibble.
Meaning: small or petty objection/find fault unnecessarily.
Sentence: John never gets tired of cavilling every statement that comes out of my mouth.
Word: comeuppance (n)
Meaning: a punishment or fate that someone deserves..
Sentence: The guilty must be comeuppanced.
See you tomorrow with more 🙂
This post is a part of the A-Z blogging challenge.
I am doing this with the fabulous Marathon Bloggers group.