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Topic: marketer
Posted: Monday, August 12, 2019 1:09:35 AM
Daemon wrote:
marketer

(noun) Someone who promotes or exchanges goods or services for money.

Synonyms: seller, trafficker, vendor

Usage: George made his fortune as a cigar and tobacco marketer, but now he is turning his attention to other products.


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At the edge of this small town is a collection
of retailers of various sorts , and a marketer
or two of foods , in an open air market whenever
the weather permits.
Topic: adorable
Posted: Saturday, August 10, 2019 10:11:53 AM
Daemon wrote:
adorable

(adjective) Lovable especially in a childlike or naive way.

Synonyms: endearing, lovely

Usage: She frowned at his facetiousness—a pretty, adorable frown that made him put his arm around her and kiss it away.





Many seem to enjoy the adorable Giant Pandas. :)

SEE : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giant_panda

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Topic: chopine
Posted: Friday, August 9, 2019 6:27:37 AM
Daemon wrote:
chopine

(noun) A woman's shoe with a very high thick sole.

Synonyms: platform

Usage: In centuries past, some women wore chopines so large that they had difficulty maintaining their balance without assistance.


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[ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chopine ]


The history of fashion can be quite interesting , if not odd ,
especially when samples of vintage items such as the chopine
are preserved.
Topic: ennoble
Posted: Friday, August 9, 2019 6:21:09 AM
Daemon wrote:
ennoble

(verb) Give a title to someone; make someone a member of the nobility.

Synonyms: gentle

Usage: It would be interesting to see how brave he was; besides, the King would have good reason to ennoble him if he overcame them.


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Speculation was rising as to who would be on the
ennoble list this year.
Topic: eye-popping
Posted: Monday, August 5, 2019 6:45:52 AM
Daemon wrote:
eye-popping

(adjective) Amazingly impressive; suggestive of the flashing of lightning.

Synonyms: dazzling, fulgurant

Usage: The highlight of our New Year's celebration was easily the fireworks display, which was eye-popping and glorious.


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The eye-popping glare of the afternoon sun reflecting
off of a vehicle's windshield will make you squint
in a hurry.
Topic: transfigure
Posted: Monday, August 5, 2019 6:42:38 AM
Daemon wrote:
transfigure

(verb) Change completely the nature or appearance of.

Synonyms: metamorphose, transmogrify

Usage: To you, my friend, she would have appeared a hideous and ugly creature, but to me she was beautiful—so gloriously does love transfigure its object.


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The local furniture restorer has an extraordinary reputation
of being able to transfigure a damaged antique to a near new
condition.
Topic: shirty
Posted: Monday, August 5, 2019 6:38:13 AM
Daemon wrote:
shirty

(adjective) (British informal) Ill-tempered or annoyed.

Synonyms: snorty

Usage: He was a bit shirty with her when she arrived late.


Quibbling politicians can become quite shirty , at times.
Topic: wonted
Posted: Monday, August 5, 2019 6:02:55 AM
Daemon wrote:
wonted

(adjective) Commonly used or practiced; usual.

Synonyms: habitual, accustomed, customary

Usage: Professor Erlin lost his wonted calm: he beat the table with his fist, and drowned all opposition with the roar of his fine deep voice.



wonted
[ˈwôntəd, ˈwōn(t)əd]

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It's not uncommon for the wonted schedule of customers to
be set aside whenever there are unique events in the area ,
such as special concerts.
Topic: egotism
Posted: Tuesday, July 23, 2019 7:54:52 AM
Daemon wrote:
egotism

(noun) An inflated feeling of pride in your superiority to others.

Synonyms: self-importance

Usage: I confess, too, that I was irritated by the egotism which seemed to demand that every line of my pamphlet should be devoted to his own special doings.


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It is unpleasant to be subjected to the egotism that comes
from certain political leaders and media personalities.
Topic: verbiage
Posted: Tuesday, July 23, 2019 7:46:03 AM
Daemon wrote:
verbiage

(noun) The excessive and often meaningless use of words; verbosity.

Synonyms: repetition, tautology, redundancy, circumlocution, prolixity, periphrasis, pleonasm

Usage: He is generally a smooth and fluent versifier, but his fluency is his undoing; he wraps up his material in too great a mass of verbiage.


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Sometimes protesters , at outdoor rallies , use verbiage
and noise pollution to excessive degrees.

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