Wednesday, 30 April 2014
Wondrous Words Wednesday
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I have some more words from To the Fair Land by Lucienne Boyce.
embrasure - noun. 1. the levelling of a wall at the sides of a window etc.
2. an opening between the merlons of an embattled parapet.
" He stopped in an embrasure to watch the skimming boats."
commonweal - noun. 1. the common welfare; the public good
2. the body politic; a commonwealth
"Though he was too out of touch with times in his writings to contain anything of relevance or danger to the commonweal."
panegyric - noun. a laudatory discourse; a eulogy
"I have never written a panegyric in my life."
This final word is from a study resource:
inculcate - verb. to implant (a habit or idea) by persistent urging
"There was constant efforts to inculcate a vision that...".
Have you had a good week in discovering any wondrous words?