10 Words You Should Use More Often

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The English language doesn’t have a word for everything, but it has some that people rarely use that should be a part of their vocabulary. Use this list of 10 words to introduce some newness and fun into communicating or to boost your vocabulary. Or you could just use it to sound smarter. Whatever you choose, this list of 10 words will be useful to you somehow.

ornella-binni-106372Overmorrow, adv.

meaning: The day after tomorrow

 

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Nudiustertian, adv.

meaning: The day before yesterday

 

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Slonk, v.

meaning: to swallow greedily

 

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Pulveratricious, adj.

meaning: Covered with dust

 

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Zabernism, noun.

meaning: The misuse of military power or authority

 

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Velleity, noun.

meaning: A wish or inclination not strong enough leading to an action.

 

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Evancalous, adj.

meaning: Pleasant to embrace

 

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Petrichor, noun.

meaning: the smell outside after it rains

 

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Nebulous, adj.

meaning: Not clear, difficult to see

……..do you see it?

 

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Flummox, verb./Flommoxed, adj.

meaning: To make someone very confused.

 

Tell me in the comments which word is your favorite, and let me know if you have any other words that people should use more often!

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