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WORD OF THE DAY Lackadaisical la-kə-day-zə-kəl Part of speech: adjective Origin: English, 18th century 1 Lazy or disinterested 2 Lacking vitality or enthusiasm Examples of Lackadaisical in a sentence "Your lackadaisical attitude won't get you far in the fast-paced corporate world." "He took a lackadaisical approach to school, submitting incomplete assignments after the deadline."
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WORD OF THE DAY Mendacious men-dey-shəs Part of speech: adjective Origin: Latin, early 17th century 1 Frequently dishonest or deceitful 2 Untrue Examples of Mendacious in a sentence "If you weren't so mendacious, I would be more inclined to believe your story." "Her mendacious words were delivered with conviction, but there was no truth behind any of it."
WORD OF THE DAY Ephemeral ə-fem-ər-əl Part of speech: adjective Origin: Greek, 16th century 1 Fleeting or short-lived 2 Lasting for a single day Examples of Ephemeral in a sentence "My ephemeral romance lasted only through the summer, but I'll always treasure it." "Fads are ephemeral — they're popular for a short time before the masses move on to … Continue reading WORD OF THE DAY
Milquetoast milk-tōst Part of speech: noun Origin: American English, 1924 1 A timid or meek individual 2 Someone who is not assertive Examples of Milquetoast in a sentence "I love Jerry, but he can be a bit of a milquetoast when it comes to standing up for himself." "Don't be such a milquetoast — go out there and tell … Continue reading WORD OF THE DAY