desideratum \dih-sid-uh-RAY-tum; -RAH-\ (noun) - Something desired or considered necessary. plural desiderata
"I went, had admittance, and offered him my service as a master of the Greek language, which I had been told ...Read More
stoic \STOH-ik\ (noun) - 1 : (Capitalized). A member of a school of philosophy founded by Zeno holding that one should be free from passion, unmoved by joy or grief, and should submit without complaint to unavoidable ...Read More
winsome \WIN-suhm\ (adjective) - 1 : Cheerful; merry; gay; light-hearted. 2 : Causing joy or pleasure; agreeable; pleasant.
"Above all, it was winsome, devastatingly winsome. For a pretty face to be winsome is normal ...Read More
edify \ED-uh-fy\ (transitive verb) - To instruct and improve, especially in moral and religious knowledge; to teach. --edifying, adjective
"He attended like holiness itself; He attended to edify the people with His ...Read More
concomitant \kuhn-KOM-uh-tuhnt\ (adjective) - Accompanying; attendant; occurring or existing concurrently.
(noun) - Something that accompanies or is collaterally connected with something else; an accompaniment.
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peregrination \pehr-uh-gruh-NAY-shun\ (noun) - A traveling from place to place; a wandering.
"They continued their peregrination, stopping to spend a few minutes in this circle or that before moving on again, she a foot ...Read More