Words for the week

this week i bring you :

Palliard – professional beggar
Miscegine – person of mixed origin (is this where MISC comes from??)
Squab – fat clumsy person
Venally – for sale / goods.
Sforzando – forced or to force
Ianthine – violet coloured
Trouvaille – a happy find

Excellent word of the week for me is:
Thunder-plump – heavy rain in a thunderstorm! So no longer is it “really pissing it down”, it would be a thunder-plump.

enjoy……….

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2 Responses to Words for the week

  1. chanda95 says:

    huh..well hou about that…I always thought a squab was a bird…and yes..I like thunder-plump very much..

  2. nookie says:

    Squab = newly hatched bird (so yes you are correct)
    a young chicken/pigeon/rook
    shy
    coy
    curt
    abrupt
    clumsy
    a short fat stumpy person
    thick soft cushion
    carriage cushion
    fall heavily

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