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Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for May 17, 2022 is: nonpareil • \nahn-puh-REL\ • adjective Nonpareil means "having no equal." // The singer's stunning performance was nonpareil. See the entry > Examples: "A multitasker nonpareil, he is a musician, actor, director, author, artist, poet, playwright and composer, not to mention a self-styled pierog…
 
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for May 16, 2022 is: epithet • \EP-uh-thet\ • noun An epithet is "a characterizing word or phrase that accompanies, or occurs in place of, the name of a person or thing" or "a disparaging or abusive word or phrase." // Richard the First is frequently referred to by the epithet "Lionheart." // The school's policy ma…
 
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for May 15, 2022 is: hark back • \HAHRK-BAK\ • verb Hark back means "to turn back to an earlier topic or circumstance" or "to go back to something as an origin or source." // The sisters' stories hark back to the good old days of their youth. // The diner's interior harks back to the 1950s. See the entry > Examples…
 
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for May 14, 2022 is: verdant • \VER-dunt\ • adjective Verdant means "green in tint or color," "green with growing plants," or "unripe in experience or judgment." // The golf course is noted for its tricky hazards and lush, verdant borders along its fairways. See the entry > Examples: "Vermont is famous for its verd…
 
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for May 13, 2022 is: turpitude • \TER-puh-tood\ • noun Turpitude refers to inherent lack of integrity or morality, or to an evil or immoral act. It is frequently used in legal contexts in the phrase "moral turpitude." // Crimes such as theft and perjury may involve moral turpitude. See the entry > Examples: "Moral …
 
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for May 12, 2022 is: bloviate • \BLOH-vee-ayt\ • verb Bloviate means "to speak or write verbosely and windily." // The columnist tends to bloviate on topics about which he is not particularly knowledgeable. See the entry > Examples: "The excerpt itself relates to … a perpetual clock that ticked off precise measures…
 
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for May 11, 2022 is: ramshackle • \RAM-shak-ul\ • adjective Ramshackle means "in a very bad condition and needing to be repaired" or "carelessly or loosely constructed." // The company was contracted to demolish the ramshackle apartments. // The reviewer of the book said it had a ramshackle plot that was confusing …
 
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for May 10, 2022 is: conclave • \KAHN-klayv\ • noun A conclave can be a private meeting, a secret assembly, or a general gathering. // A conclave of regional leaders of the international organization is meeting in June. See the entry > Examples: "Until Franklin Roosevelt invited King George VI and the Queen Mother …
 
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for May 9, 2022 is: orientate • \OR-ee-un-tayt\ • verb Orientate means "to set in a definite position," "to acquaint with an existing situation or environment," or "to direct toward the interests of a particular group." // The spot of the planting of the tree is intended to orientate it to get full sun. // The firs…
 
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for May 8, 2022 is: darling • \DAHR-ling\ • noun A darling is "a dearly loved person" or "a person who is a favorite." // The youngest child is the grandparents' little darling. // The actor is a darling of the entertainment industry in both film and music. See the entry > Examples: "President Tyler met Juliana and…
 
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