G.Edward Dictionary

March 10, 2019
Saga

Saga

Word of the Day: Saga [sa·​ga] Definition of Saga: Noun 1: a prose narrative recorded in Iceland in the 12th and 13th centuries of historic or legendary […]
March 12, 2019
Inane

Inane

in·ane [iˈnān] ADJECTIVE silly; stupid. “don’t constantly badger people with inane questions” synonyms: silly · foolish · stupid · fatuous · idiotic · absurd · ridiculous […]
March 15, 2019
Schadenfreude

Schadenfreude

scha·den·freu·de [ˈSHädənˌfroidə] NOUN pleasure derived by someone from another person’s misfortune. “a business that thrives on schadenfreude” · [more] synonyms: delight · pleasure · happiness · […]
March 17, 2019
Sun

Sun

The ancient Greeks personified the sun as a handsome god named Helios.
March 21, 2019
Sanguine

Sanguine

san·guine
March 23, 2019
Penurious

Penurious

pe·nu·ri·ous [pəˈn(y)o͝orēəs] ADJECTIVE formal extremely poor; poverty-stricken. “a penurious old tramp” synonyms: poor · as poor as a church mouse · poverty-stricken · destitute
March 25, 2019
Coffee

Coffee

Did you drink a cup of coffee on company time this morning? Chances are that you did--for the midmorning coffee break is rapidly becoming a standard fixture in American offices and factories.
March 31, 2019
Sarcophagus

Sarcophagus

c. 1600, "type of stone used for coffins," from Latin sarcophagus, from Greek sarkophagos "limestone used for coffins," literally "flesh-eating," in reference to the supposed action of this type of limestone
April 3, 2019

Petrichor

pet·ri·chor