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Word Of The Day from Wordthink© 1998-2016 by Radok Corporation

Word: Obtuse
Meaning: adj. 1. Lacking quickness of perception or intellect. 2. Characterized by a lack of intelligence or sensitivity. “An obtuse remark.” 3. Not distinctly felt. “An obtuse pain.”

Word Of The Day from Merriam-Webster© 2016 Merriam-Webster, Incorporated

Word: Assiduous
Meaning: : showing great care, attention, and effort : marked by careful unremitting attention or persistent application

"Ryan Murphy …, in his last FX series before founding his Netflix empire, was also assiduous about hiring transgender actors and creative staff…." — James Poniewozik, The New York Times, 1 June 2018

Word Of The Day from The Free Dictionary© 2016 Farlex, Inc.

Word: denude
Meaning: (verb) To divest of covering; make bare.
Synonyms: strip
Usage: Rake in hand, Flora set out to denude her lawn of fallen leaves.

Word Of The Day from Word Smith© 2016 Wordsmith

Word: Achilles’ heel or Achilles heel
Meaning: noun: A seemingly small but critical weakness in an otherwise strong position.
Usage: “The danger of being seen as courting noxious supporters is a long-standing worry for right-of-centre politicians. Preston Manning ... has argued that it is the Achilles heel of the conservative movement.”
John Geddes & Jason Markusoff; Target Andrew Scheer; Maclean’s (Toronto, Canada); Jun 2019.

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Thought For The Day from Word Smith© 2016 Wordsmith

Thought: The longest day must have its close -- the gloomiest night will wear on to a morning. An eternal, inexorable lapse of moments is ever hurrying the day of the evil to an eternal night, and the night of the just to an eternal day. -Harriet Beecher Stowe, abolitionist and novelist (14 Jun 1811-1896)