cacodylic \kae-keh-DI-lik\ (adjective) - 1 : Belonging to the arsenic group of poisons. 2 : Foul-smelling.
"After playing in the yard, Meghan found a cacodylic substance clinging stubbornly to the bottom of her right ...Read More
undervote \EHN-dehr-vot\ (noun) - A ballot missing one or more votes for specific offices that (usually) do not invalidate voting for other offices on the same ballot.
"In the election of 2000, the Gore campaign argued ...Read More
pudic \PYU-dik\ (adjective) - Modest as a result of being chaste, having a very sensitive sense of shame.
"Bigelow was so pudic in his demeanor, girls were attracted to him like blind moths to an unlit ...Read More
sciential \sye-EN-shul\ (adjective) - 1 : relating to or producing knowledge or science 2 : having efficient knowledge : capable
Of the value of having a library at hand for a liberal education, Coleridge wrote: "There...Read More
festoon \fes-TUN\ (verb) - To drape a bushy rope of greenery or colorful cloth in loops that droop down between the points where it is attached, for festive decoration.
"Well, no, festooning the tree with toilet paper ...Read More
sitophobia \sy-tuh-FO-bee-uh\ (noun) - Morbid aversion to food.
"While lowering her little girl's weight was important, June was concerned about putting her on a diet as it could place her in danger of contracting ...Read More