Word of the Day


WORD OF THE DAY
Canardkə-nardPart of speech: nounOrigin: French, mid 19th century
1An unfounded rumor or story.2A small winglike projection attached to an aircraft forward of the main wing to provide extra stability or control, sometimes replacing the tail.
 
Examples of Canard in a sentence “Contrary to the rapidly spreading canard, the actor would not be making a special appearance after the show.” “Joseph added a canard to his design, hoping it would stabilize the airplane prototype.”