4 Words Daily: Day 100

“God gives every bird his worm, but He does not throw it into the nest.” P. D. James

A hundred days of gathering and sharing knowledge!! I can’t believe myself actually that I had the perseverance to continue doing this for so long. Back in my mind, it was always just one day at a time; and not thinking about the bigger picture, for once. I guess I’m my own inspiration in this regard. Hope you beautiful souls out there are enjoying it too!! Thank you all for beautiful comments that have always inspired me…

The words for today are:

  • Procacious  \prōˈkāshəs\ \
    • Arrogant in attitude or tone; forward; provocative.
  • Chagrin  \shə-ˈgrin\
    • Distress of mind caused by humiliation, disappointment, or failure.
    • Unsettle by disappointing or humiliating.
  • Furtive \ˈfər-tiv\
    • Done in a quiet and secretive way to avoid being noticed.
  • Auspice \ˈȯs-pəs\
    • Patronage and guidance.
    • A favorable sign.

List of previous four words:

  • Puerile
  • Penitent
  • Peccadillo
  • Apical

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 🍻 .

photo of a toast

 


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

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9 Comments on “4 Words Daily: Day 100

  1. Happy Hundredth Ritwik!
    My my, you don’t look a day over 35 😊 Enjoying this innovative idea/ word journey with you *resounding applause* Hooray!💜💜

    Liked by 1 person

    • Hehe…even I don’t recall myself having faith in me if I’ll ever reach here…
      One step at a time, and here I am. Thank you dear D.
      Cheers 🍻🥂

      Liked by 1 person

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