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borborygmus \ bawr-buh-RIG-muhs \  , noun; 1. a rumbling or gurgling sound caused by the movement of gas in the intestines. Quotes: “The stertorous borborygmus  of the dyspeptic Carlyle!” declaimed Willie Weaver, and beamed through his spectacles. The mot, he … Continue reading

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Word of the Every Other Day

decant \ dih-KANt \  , verb; 1. to pour (a liquid) from one container to another. 2. to pour (wine or other liquid) gently so as not to disturb the sediment.  Quotes: One of Enzo’s jobs was to decant  the … Continue reading

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