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Word of the Week: Resolution

Resolution: a declaration of intent to make a positive change in your life on January 1st that you don't intend to keep past February. LOL What do you think about New Year's Resolutions?  Do you make New Year's Resolutions? Please share your thoughts. If you liked this post, please subscribe to our RSS feed and share the link…

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Word of the Week: puerile

Puerile: pu·er·ile adj \ˈpyu̇(-ə)r-əl 1 juvenile 2 childish, silly <puerile remarks> Example I told the teenagers that such puerile behavior would not be tolerated during the ceremony First Known Use: 1652 I'm 49 years old, but I've never lost my sense of silly.  In fact, when I get frustrated, my silly takes on a life of it's own.  Said silliness happened last week whilst Gundar, my technology gremlin, was on my last nerve.  This was the result. If you liked this article, please subscribe to our RSS feed and share the link…

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Do you know the Word of the Week?

If you listened to Professor Wordsmith who hosts Word of the Week on the Communication Comedy Network last week you would! Last week's Word of the Week: florilegium Know what it means?  Post it here!  If you don't know, you could look it up, but what fun would there be in that?!  Listen to last week's Word of the Week with Professor Wordsmith! Don't forget to listen this week for another great word from Professor Wordsmith and all the other hosts down at the CCN! 8am PST/11am EST each Thursday!

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