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Word of the day: sorry

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Posted by Alexis Tirado Feeling a little regretful? If you’re sorry, it implies that you did something wrong — or at least something you hadn’t. Sometimes you’re sorry [&hellip…

Word of the Day: satire

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Posted by Marc Bailes Among our oldest literary devices, satire has been twisted around quite a bit over the years. Satire scrutinizes another person’s faults to achieve its [&hellip…

Word of the Day: daiquiri

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Posted by Marc Bailes If you’re tossing together a before-dinner drink, unwind with a daiquiri. This mixer with lime juice, light rum, and sugar became popular after President [&hellip…

Word of the Day: uncouth

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Posted by Marc Bailes We know that uncouth behavior is inappropriate. But couth by itself has long been a dated word. In English’s earliest days, couth was commonly [&hellip…

Introducing: word of the day!

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Posted by Alexis Tirado If you listen to Martha Stewart Living Radio you've probably heard the "Word of the Day." In case you wondered about the word or [&hellip…