Word of the Day: gaumless

Pronunciation: [GAWM-lis]

Definition(s): lacking in vitality or intelligent; stupid, dull, or clumsy.

Part of Speech: adjective

Sentence: Many viewed Forrest Gump as gaumless, but he had plenty outstanding qualities.

Synonyms: indolent, simple, dim-witted, dull

Antonyms: intelligent, smart, witty

Word of the Day: swivet

Pronunciation: [SWIV-it]

Definition(s): a state of nervous excitement, haste, or anxiety; flutter.

Part of Speech: noun

Sentence:  As he walked to shake the president’s hand, his demeanor broke into a swivet.

Synonyms: delirium, uneasiness, discomfort, butterflies

Antonyms: calm, composed

Word of the Day: pharaonic

Pronunciation: [fair-ey-ON-ik]

Definition(s): impressively or overwhelmingly large, luxurious, etc.

Part of Speech: adjective

Sentence: The show MTV Cribs displayed celebrities and their pharaonic homes.

Synonyms: —

Antonyms: —

Word of the Day: preterition

Pronunciation: [pret-uh-RISH-uhn]

Definition(s): the act of passing by or over; omission; disregard

Part of Speech: noun

Sentence:  Jason’s preterition of the upcoming turn cause him to meander of course and get lost.

Synonyms: exclusion, oversight

Antonyms: addition, inclusion

Word of the Day: serpentine

Pronunciation: [SUR-puhn-teen]

Definition(s): having a winding course, as a road; sinuous

Part of Speech: adjective

Sentence: Many car commercials show cars driving down serpentine roads to emphasize turning and suspension components.

Synonyms: circuitous, meandering, snakelike

Antonyms: straight