Words from Sept. 14-18

5 Words of the Word Week (Sept. 14-18)


Goal: Fit word of the day in common conversation. 


Lethargic (Adjective) – Feeling a lack of energy or a lack of interest in doing things.

Example: The basketball team come out lethargic and ended up losing by 20 points.


Exactitude (Noun) – The quality of being exact; preciseness; accuracy.

Example: The flight crew inspected the airplane with exactitude.


Acuity (Noun) – Sharpness; acuteness; keenness.

Example: The boy who arrived on time with a suit on, was offered a job opportunity because of his acuity.


Pulchritudinous (Noun) – Physically beautiful; comely.

Example: The class became silent when the pulchritudinous woman walked in.


Innervate (Verb) – To communicate nervous energy to; stimulate through nerves.

Example: Coach Smith innervated the kids when he began announcing who made the team.

Quote of the Week:

“ Courage is knowing what not to fear ” – Plato


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