Words, Words, & More Words & Definitions Game!

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This is my own idea so let's have fun...."Let the Games Begin!"

Rules: I will start with a word & I will give the first comment
so you can see how it is done. I give the definition to the
word give and give a new word for the next person. One
turn at a time, please. & wait until someone else gives a
new word.

Any word can be used, just play nice & remember we have
teenagers that play. Please..no politics here! I blog on the
political questions & blogs but come to the games for fun.

If you care to chit-chat with players & post pictures, feel
free to do so. I am a very outgoing person & like to
interact with other players ....I know some of you do too.

I will not block anyone unless it is absolutely necessary!
If I have a problem with anything, I'll send you a private
email on SH.

We will start with easy words, then as the game goes along,
we will have harder words....I am sure. So if you need a
dictionary...that is alright.

First Word: Happy

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  • Jenni 2010/08/05 05:54:35
    Ambivalent: simultaneous and contradictory attitudes or feelings (as attraction and repulsion) toward an object, person, or action.

    New Word: Prosy.

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  • K-ZOOMI-----0 3 hours ago
    Sylph: An elemental being in the theory of Paracelsus that inhabits air.

    New Word: Kilogauss.
  • Joe61 16 hours ago
    Abjure : Is the solemn repudiation, abandonment, or renunciation by or upon oath, often the renunciation of citizenship or some other right or privilege.

    New Word: Sylph
  • Hopscotch 1 day ago
    Nictitate: verb (used without object), nictitated, nictitating.

    1.to wink.

    New Word: abjure
  • Joe61 1 day ago
    Vilipend: Meaning to treat or regard contemptuously or slightingly; belittle to vilify; revile....

    New Word: Nictitate
  • K-ZOOMI-----0 1 day ago
    Decry: To depreciate (as a coin) officially or publicly.

    New Word: Vilipend.
  • Hopscotch 2 days ago
    thiosulphate noun

    1.any salt of thiosulphuric acid

    (Thiosulfuric acid is a sulfur oxoacid. The acid cannot be made by acidifying thiosulfate salts as the acid readily decomposes in water. Wikipedia)

    New word: decry
  • Joe61 2 days ago
    Galactophorous: Meaning milk bearing/carrying, conveying milk.

    New Word: Thiosulphate
  • Marianne 2 days ago
    ebullient: (adj.) buoyant, effervescent, vivacious, enthusiastic, agitated, exuberant, boiling, cheerful, animated, euphoric, sparkling, excited, sunny, jaunted, merry, bubbling, joyful, bouncy, peppy, ... (figurative of enthusiastic, first recorded in the 1660s)
    based on boiling (1590s), from Latin "ebullientem" (nominative ebulliens), verb ebullire = to boil over (from ex = out + bullire = to bubble)

    New Word: galactophorous
  • Hopscotch 3 days ago
    Eviscerate: verb

    1.to remove the entrails from; disembowel:
    to eviscerate a chicken.

    2.to deprive of vital or essential parts:
    The censors eviscerated the book to make it inoffensive to the leaders of the party.

    3.Surgery. to remove the contents of (a body organ).

    New word: ebullient
  • Joe61 3 days ago
    Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilic: an obscure term ostensibly referring to a lung disease caused by silica dust, sometimes and cited as one of the longest words in the English language.

    New Word: Eviscerate
  • Deppaholic 3 days ago

    [thee-er-uh m, theer-uh m]


    1. Mathematics. a theoretical proposition, statement, or formula embodying something to be proved from other propositions or formulas.

    2. a rule or law, especially one expressed by an equation or formula.

    3. Logic. a proposition that can be deduced from the premises or assumptions of a system.

    4. an idea, belief, method, or statement generally accepted as true or worthwhile without proof.

    Origin: Late Latin & Greek

    New Word: Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilic...
  • Marianne Deppaholic 2 days ago
    Sorry, the full word did not show; it is too long - quite a few here had to deal with the same problem. In such cases, may I suggest that you decompose such words, for instance:


    Thank you.
  • Marianne 4 days ago (edited)
    - treasury, storehouse, hoard, chest, collection, something laid up (repository), etc.
    - a reference work, usually a book compiling words or terms in a particular field or domain, a wordfinder, dictionary or encyclopaedia in a specific branch, etc.
    - a list of subject headings or descriptors (usually with a cross-reference system) for the organisation of collections of documents
    Origin: derived from 16th-century New Latin, from Latin thēsaurus, i.e. Latinisation of the Greek θησαυρός (thēsauros = treasure, treasury, storehouse), eventually derived from the Greek verb τιθέναι (tithenai = to put, to place)

    New Word: theorem
  • Deppaholic 6 days ago


    adjective, Meteorology

    1.(of a wind or air current) moving downward or down a slope.
    Compare anabatic (def 1).

    Origin - Greek

    Examples for katabatic

    The velocity of katabatic winds can be intensified by large and small-scale pressure gradients.
    Latent heat polynyas are maintained by persistent katabatic winds that drain off the continent.

    New Word: Thesaurus
  • Joe61 6 days ago
    Calumny: Meaning a misrepresentation either uttering and false charges intended to maliciously calculate to harm another's reputation.

    New Word: Katabatic
  • Hopscotch 6 days ago
    karabiner noun

    1.a D -shaped ring with a spring catch on one side, used for fastening ropes in mountaineering.

    New Word: calumny
  • Joe61 6 days ago (edited)
    Quillon: Meaning either of two transverse projecting members forming the cross guard of a sword.

    New Word: Karabiner
  • K-ZOOMI-----0 7 days ago
    Concomitant: Happening at the same time as something else.

    New Word: Quillon.
  • Hopscotch 7 days ago
    Inveigle: verb (used with object), inveigled, inveigling.

    1.to entice, lure, or ensnare by flattery or artful talk or inducements (usually followed by into):
    to inveigle a person into playing bridge.

    2.to acquire, win, or obtain by beguiling talk or methods (usually followed by from or away):

    New Word: concomitant
  • david abe 7 days ago
    david abe
    Acromegally :One's face and extremities grow while the body remains almost the same.

    New Word:Inveigle
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