Monday December 11, 2017
Nov
29
2017

Titular

Titular adj. Relating to or constituting a title. “The titular head of the business.”

Nov
28
2017

Histrionic

Histrionic adj. Overly theatrical or dramatic. n. Exaggerated dramatic behavior designed to attract attention. “His histrionic reaction disrupted the meeting.”

Nov
27
2017

Sagacious

Sagacious adj. Shrewd; showing keen mental discernment and good judgment. “A sagacious remark.”

Nov
26
2017

Apoplectic

Apoplectic adj. Overcome with anger; extremely indignant. “He showed apoplectic rage.”

Nov
25
2017

Serendipity

Serendipity; Serendipitous n. The faculty of making fortunate discoveries by accident. “A fortunate stroke of serendipity.”

Nov
24
2017

Overt

Overt adj. Done or shown openly; plainly or readily apparent, not secret or hidden. “Overt hostility.”

Nov
23
2017

Intrinsic

Intrinsic adj. Belonging naturally; essential. “Intrinsic stock value.”

Nov
22
2017

Confluence

Confluence n. The act or process of merging. A flowing together of two or more streams. “A fortunate confluence of factors led to his success.”

Nov
21
2017

Formidable

Formidable adj. Inspiring fear or respect through being impressively powerful, large, or capable. “A formidable opponent.”

Nov
20
2017

Obfuscate

Obfuscate v. Render obscure, unclear, or unintelligible. Bewilder (someone). “The eclipse will obfuscate the sun’s light.”

Nov
19
2017

Trepidation

Trepidation n. A feeling of fear or agitation about something that may or may not actually happen. “He entered the cave with considerable trepidation.”

Nov
18
2017

Egress

Egress n. The action of going out of or leaving a place. “The company’s egress procedures.”