WORD OF THE DAY RoborantRO-bər-əntPart of speech: nounOrigin: Latin, mid 17th century 1A medicine, treatment, etc. that has a strengthening or restorative effect. Examples of Roborant in a sentence "The antibiotic was an immediate roborant for his infection." "The ointment felt like a short-term roborant."
WORD OF THE DAY QuagkwaɡPart of speech: nounOrigin: Middle English, late 16th century 1A marshy or boggy place. Examples of Quag in a sentence "The house was built on a quag, so the foundation was sinking." "Louisiana is known for its quags, particularly near the coastline."
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WORD OF THE DAY Delineate də-LIN-ee-aytPart of speech: verbOrigin: Latin, mid 16th-century 1Describe or portray (something) precisely. Examples of Delineate in a sentence "As a new teacher, Marnie felt it was important to delineate acceptable classroom behavior." "The treaty helped the neighboring countries delineate what the new border would be."