SUSURROUS ADJECTIVE (su-sur-rous) Full of whispering sounds The wind blowing in the trees made a SUSURROUS sound
**** CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE BAR Small Batch**** 1 Stick (4oz) butter-softened 1/3 Cup brown sugar 1/4 Cup granulated sugar 1 Egg 1 Cup flour 1/2 tsp salt 1/2 tsp instant coffee 1/4 tsp baking powder 1/4 tsp baking soda 1 Cup chips HOW TO: Preheat oven to 375 Grease an 8×8 or 9×9 square baking…
CANOROUS ADJECTIVE (ca-nor-ous) Describes things, that are a pleasure to listen too The band played a CANOROUS song
DELECTATION NOUN (de-lek-ta-shen) DELIGHT ENJOYMENT The Christmas show was a DELECTATION
APHORISM NOUN (af-er-iz-em) APHORISM is a statement of truth or opinion expressed in a concise and witty remark A short saying that is intended to express a general truth My English teacher in high school, liked to use a different APHORISM everyday.
ATARAXY NOUN A state of calmness and tranquility (add-uh-rack-see) When I sit on my balcony overlooking the ocean. I feel ATARAXY
Now that the weather is cooler in the morning. An oven baked breakfast will warm your home up. You prepare it the night before and bake it up the next morning. ****Sausage Egg Cheese and Bread Casserole**** 6 Ounces ground pork sausage; Cooked and drained of fat 1 Large egg 3/4 Cup milk Dash salt…
MOT JUSTE NOUN (Moh-zhewst) The exactly right word phrasing An appropriate word Writers tend to care more than the average person about using MOT JUSTE I always tried to use MOT JUSTE when writing my term papers
PICAYUNE ADJECTIVE (pik-ee-yoon) Of little value-small-a PICAYUNE amount or occurrence My mother used this word…. She would have been 105 this month. So you know how outdated this word is.
DEVOIR NOUN (duh-wahrz) SOMETHING FOR WHICH A PERSON IS RESPONSIBLE-DUTY The jury duty notice was my DEVOIR