HYETAL Adjective (hy-e-tal) Of or relating to rain or rainfall or rainy regions Summertime is the HYETAL season in Florida
JOCOSE Adjective (joh-kohss) Given to joking-merry-playful or humorous His personality was JOCOSE
HALCYON (hal-cy-on) adjective calm, peaceful, tranquil The pond by my house is HALCYON just before dark
Monday Morning Coffee Committee is selling Tervis mugs with our Tanglewood decal (at cost) for $20.00. Tanglewood’s Tervis Mug is made in the USA. Since the mug is insulated, it reduces condensation and keeps beverages hotter or colder longer than non-insulated cups and glasses. Tervis offers a lifetime warranty! Keep your mug in the freezer,…
APOPEMPTIC Adjective (ap-o-pemp-tic) Sung or addressed to one departing. At the retirement party, a group with guitar’s played while a chorus sang an APOPEMPTIC farewell.
PASEO Noun (pah-sey-o) A leisurely usually evening stroll. A public place or path designed for walking We walked along a PASEO while on vacation.
OBLIVESCENCE Noun (ob-luh-ves-uh-ns) The process of forgetting It is always best to OBLIVESCENCE a disagreement
UMBRIFEROUS Adjective (uhm-brif-er-uhs) Providing shade or shady We took a break from our desert hike under an UMBRIFEROUS tree.
BATONNET Noun ((bah-tow-nay) Cutting a rectangular food stick that measures 1/2 inch by 1/2 inch to 3 inches. The topic of the week at culinary school was how to BATONNET foods
EDACIOUS Adjective (eda-cious) Eating huge amounts of food Homer’s Smorgasbord never wants to have an EDACIOUS eater at his buffet.