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In your journey as a writer give one word you haven't used yet in any of your articles or written content.
ive never used "portmanteau" ever until now. It means a blending of 2 words like "Brunch", from the words Breakfast and Lunch.
I never use abomination, presumptuous, filial, and other words that is too many to mention.
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Neverthless, additionally. Although this word is a good for transitioning in the next sentences. In this day I still practicing and learning.
Just a while ago I had encountered the word pacifistic and it made me wonder if it is a legitimate word so I looked it up with the help of the search engine. Now I realize that the root word is pacify which means to avert violence of a person or persons. In other words pacifistic is being a peace maker who do not like violence.
Thanks for this you just described me and I have just wrote this down. Just learned a new word about my personality . Will have to add that to words used to describe myself.
I'm yet to use the word flabbergasted I see people use alot offline I looked it up and it the same meaning with been shocked or surprised. I might try using it someday when the context to be used is right.
I've only seen that word used in movies and TV shows. I've never heard of anyone using that in real conversation. It just sounds silly and "British" sounding.
Trimorphic: occurring in or having three distinct forms (https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/trimorphic)
I have seen this words years before once. And I thought to myself, this has a poetic ring to it. But til now I haven't really used it.
Timorphic is a very good word. I haven't seen, used or heard of it until now. I think that it could be really useful, it has a good ring to it.
There are many words that I have not and will not use when I write. One example would be discombobulate, often times there are much more simpler words to use. Making your writing be easily read is a must for any writer, you don't need to dazzle readers with words that you know, impress them by the story that you are weaving.
Well, it is difficult to mention just one word. There are tons of common words which we never use in our writings but we are well aware of its meaning and usage. It is just because it doesn't fit into the situation that we avoid using it or we avoid some complex words to keep our writing simple so that everybody would be able to read and comprehend what we write.
I don't think it'll be easy for me to think of a word I haven't used up to this point. It will mean I will have to remember every single word I have ever used. Maybe when I learn a new word, that will be it. Maybe then I can come back and put it on here.
I tried to write and use words that are simple. So it will be easy to understand. I find it unnecessary to use words that are complicated just for the sake of having it. Sometimes, It's hard to use those words and it doesn't fit on what thought you want to write. Thou, it is appealing to use words that are unfamiliar but I am more concern on the thought/idea of a write-up.
This is a really hard discussion especially if your main occupation is writing and you write many articles. It is hard to keep track of all the words that you use in all your articles or stories. However this question is really easy to answer. I have never used words that I don't know to exist or that I don't understand.
I haven't use the word "Palatable" which means delicious or pleasant to taste. I have known this word a long time ago when I was in College. I was glad to know other term for delicious but I haven't use it for any of my writings.
Yes.Palatable not only means delicious in relation to food it also means pleasant or something close to being acceptable.
I'm not sure if there are words that I haven't used yet from my dictionary. Because if I don't use them means that I don't know them, haha. There are, however, words that I know, but rarely use. For example, satisfaction and mandatory.
Limerence is a word I learned recently. I've never used it before. It means the attraction you feel to a person that only lasts a short time. I think that it's a pretty and quaint word, mirroring it's meaning of temporary love sickness.