Word of the Day. Week of April 2 nd through April 5 th. Monday, April 2 nd – 1 st Block. Can you guess what the word disdainful [dis- deyn - fuhl ] means? Disdainful is an adjective. Can you make it a noun?
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Word of the Day
Week of April 2nd through April 5th
“What has a writer to be bombastic about? Whatever good a man may write is the consequence of accident, luck, or surprise, and nobody is more surprised than an honest writer when he makes a good phrase or says something truthful.” - Edward Dahlberg
“Circumlocution, n. A literary trick whereby the writer who has nothing to say breaks it gently to the reader. “ -- Ambrose Bierce
“Mormon colonization south of this point in early times was characterized as "going over the Rim," and in colloquial usage the same phrase came to connote violent death.”
- State of Utah (Park Sign)
Can you think of any other examples of colloquial terms?