libertine \LI-behr-teen\ (noun) - 1 : A free-thinker (originally used to refer to an emancipated slave or freedman). 2 : A person who lives without constraints, including moral ones.
"In her third affair in as many ...Read More
scintilla \sin-TI-leh\ (noun) - The faintest trace of anything.
"Allison didn't leave the scintilla of a doubt about her intentions as she left her undergarments in a pile on the floor."
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pragmatic \praeg-MAE-tik\ (adjective) - 1 : Realistic, relating to facts, causal relations, and action as opposed to speculation, theory, or abstract principles; 2 : a school of philosophy that claims that nothing ...Read More
histrionic \his-tree-AHN-ik\ (adjective) - Exaggerated or melodramatic in behavior or speech, extremely theatrical.
"Every time Jason fails to get his way, he flies into a histrionic diatribe about how he is undervalued...Read More
circadian \sehr-KEYD-(i-)yehn\ (adjective) - Pertaining to a 24-hour day, especially, occurring every 24 hours.
"Rob's circadian rhythm corresponded more to the west coast than the east, making him more than a bit of a ...Read More
apoplectic \AE-peh-plek-tik\ (adjective) - Causing or suffering from the symptoms of a brain attack or stroke (apoplexy); sudden abnormal blood-flow (hemorrhage) into an organ; furious, livid.
"Jeff was quick to say ...Read More