Word of the day: haptic →
Tactile, relating to or based on the sense of touch.
Word of the day: jittery →
Having or feeling nervous unease, as if bitten by a bug (hence jitterbug).
Word of the day: ominous →
Presaging something bad that is going to happen.
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Word of the day: jaded →
Cynically or pretentiously callous (think of @charltonbrooker).
Phrase of the day: buggered if I know →
“I don’t know why..” or “I don’t have a clue..” The buggered expresses exasperation at the fact that you don’t understand something, as if a bug was buggering you.
Word of the day: sloven →
A person who is habitually negligent in appearance, hygiene, or work.
Word of the day: dating →
To slice dates in a dish.
Word of the day: ploy →
An action calculated to frustrate an opponent or gain an advantage indirectly or deviously; a maneuver.
Word of the day: crooked →
Not straight or aligned.