W.O.T.D.


WORD OF THE DAY
PerviousPER-vee-əsPart of speech: adjectiveOrigin: Latin, early 17th century
1(of a substance) allowing water to pass through; permeable.
 
Examples of Pervious in a sentence “Despite extensive repairs, the boat’s hull was still pervious in choppier waves.” “Rather than have his driveway paved, David decided to use a pervious layer of gravel.”

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