5 Words of the Work Week (August 24-28)
Goal: Fit word of the day in common conversation.
Quiddity (Noun) – The quality that makes a thing what it is; the essential nature of a thing.
Example: The quiddity of spaghetti is the sauce.
Hysteria (Noun) – An uncontrollable outburst of emotion or fear, often characterized by irrationality, laughter, weeping, etc.
Example: The audience broke out into a hysteria when the comedian was performing his stand up.
Raucous (Adjective) – Harsh; strident; grating.
Example: The fans were making a raucous when J.Cole came out on stage.
Despicable (Adjective) – Deserving hatred and contempt.
Example: Dorothy poured a bucket of water on the despicable witch.
Peremptory (Adjective) – Having or showing the insulting attitude of people who think that they should be obeyed without question; in which a command is absolute and unconditional
Example: The peremptory ruling of the judge, was that the man was sentence to 5 years in prison.
Quote Of The Week:
“ What you seek is seeking you ” – Rumi