4 Words Daily: Day 64

“There is no friend as loyal as a book.” Ernest Hemingway

The words for today are:

  • Conjecture \ kən-ˈjek-chər \

    • Inference formed without proof or sufficient evidence.
    • A conclusion deduced by guesswork.
  • Corybantic \ ˌkȯr-ē-ˈban-tik\
    • Wild, frenzied.
  • Incognito \ ˌin-ˌkäg-ˈnē-(ˌ)tō\

    • With one’s identity concealed.
  • Rhetoric \ ˈre-tə-rik \
    • Language intended to influence people and that may not be honest or reasonable.
    • The art or skill of speaking or writing formally and effectively especially as a way to persuade or influence people.

 

List of previous four words:

  • Rapture
  • Rummage
  • Veneer
  • Wry

If you would like to make any suggestions or improvements; they are gladly welcome. Let me know through your comments!!

Thanks 🙏 for visiting!! Have a great 👍 day…Hope this little blog post helped you in some way or another. If it did, I’m really glad (I’m sure there’s no scope for this post not being helpful!!). Cheers 🍻 .

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Source:
http://www.brainyquote.com for the Quote.
Oxford Dictionary, Merriam Webster Dictionary for words, definitions and phonetics…

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15 Comments on “4 Words Daily: Day 64

  1. So wonderful! My mother instilled the passion for reading in me as a young girl. I’ve loved books since. Unfortunately today, with so much going on, I don’t have the time. But do have my eyes set on a few of love to pick up and read. 😊

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      • Yesss I agree, there’s nothing like reading a book the old fashion way! Its not that it’s a bad thing, but reading on an iPad is not the same. The feel, the smell, the cover, it’s something only a book can give you.

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