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What Word Did You Learn Today?

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salvific

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Can you use it in a sentence?

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Can you use it in a sentence?

I think it might require a trapeze.

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http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/salvific

On more than one occasion, I have found the musics of James Brown & Sonny Rollins to have a power that extends beyond that of the merely restorative into the realm of the salvific.

Indeed, such be the mojo therein.

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On more than one occasion, I have found the musics of James Brown & Sonny Rollins to have a power that extends beyond that of the merely restorative into the realm of the salvific.

Does that mean you began drooling?

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Gorn. Kind of 'woody'.

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I thought I was going to start a thread 'What Word Did You Forget Today?, but I realize it would be very very short.

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Actually, this wasn't a new word for me, but this chick was the first thing I thought of when I saw the title of the thread. :wub:

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I thought I was going to start a thread 'What Word Did You Forget Today?, but I realize it would be very very short.

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Main Entry: sal·vif·ic

Pronunciation: \sal-ˈvi-fik\

Function: adjective

Etymology: Late Latin salvificus, from Latin salvus safe + -ficus -fic

Date: 1591

: having the intent or power to save...

So when I'm out in blogland downloading files I want to and can save to my hard drive, I'm being really salvific. It's always nice to learn new words!

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Kakubunretsubushitsu - fissionable material.

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Is that English?

Either way, cool word!

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Is that English?

Either way, cool word!

Japanese

shokuryojikyuritsu - food self sufficiency

Edited by kinuta

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Fushin - German measles

Also a more colloquial way to say cook the books Chobo o gomakasu.

Seems I'm the only one learning new words !

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Hyperthymesia

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peculation

(embezzlement, misappropriation)

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not a word, but I learned the phrase, "off the crane", an updated version of "off the charts", describing something that is very good. These kids today never stop inventing things.

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Inconceivable, but I'm not sure it means what I think it means...

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