Words to Use More Often: #2

Well, hello there!

It’s been a while!¬†I’m finally back home after an amazing vacation and yet I’ve got so much to catch up on in Travel Snippets! ūüėź Worry not though, I’m back on schedule (hopefully) and will be posting more Travel Snippets as well as Book Reviews and Book Chats, both of which I was unable to¬†write while abroad due to my lack of books. So, for now, here’s another Words to Use More Often— interesting words that I love and want to bring back into everyone’s daily vocabulary. Enjoy!


>> Ethereal

adjective

  1. exquisitely delicate and light in a way that seems too perfect for this world.

>> Bliss

noun

  1. pure joy; perfect happiness

>> Elusive

adjective

  1. difficult to find, catch, or achieve

>> Labyrinth

noun

  1. a complicated, irregular network of passages and paths where it is difficult to find the way out; a maze

>> Loquacious

adjective

  1. talking a great deal; talkative

>> Briar

noun [alternate spelling: brier]

prickly, scrambling bushes, such as wild roses

>> Discombobulated

adjective

frustrated, confused

>> Marginalia

noun

  1. notes in the margins of a book

>> Regal

adjective

  1. resembling that of a monarch
  2. majestic and dignified

>>  Nonchalant

adjective

  1. feeling casual and calm
  2. not showing interest or anxiety; appearing neutral

‚̧ Yasimone

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