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Festinate (FES-tuh-neyt) Verb: To hurry; hasten. Adjective: -Hurried. From the Latin verb festīnāre of the same meaning. It entered English around 1600. Used in a sentence: “You’re still not done with your homework? Stop lollygagging and...

Festinate (FES-tuh-neyt) Verb: To hurry; hasten. Adjective: -Hurried. From the Latin verb festīnāre of the same meaning. It entered English around 1600. Used in a sentence: “You’re still not done with your homework? Stop lollygagging and...

Grandiloquent Word of the Day: Tibialoconcupiscent (TIB•ee•al•oh•kon•KEW•pis•ent) Adjective: -Having a lascivious interest in watching women put on stockings. From Latin tibia “shinbone,” also “pipe,...

Grandiloquent Word of the Day: Tibialoconcupiscent (TIB•ee•al•oh•kon•KEW•pis•ent) Adjective: -Having a lascivious interest in watching women put on stockings. From Latin tibia “shinbone,” also “pipe,...

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