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

Word: Disparate
Meaning: adj. Essentially different in kind; not allowing comparison. markedly distinct in quality or character. “He is a strong leader capable of managing a disparate team to achieve their goals.”

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

Word: Nurture
Meaning: 1 : to supply with nourishment
Example:

The mayor pushed for tax credits for small businesses as a way to nurture economic growth.



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

Word: dupery
Meaning: (noun) Something intended to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to gain an advantage.
Synonyms: hoax, put-on, humbug, fraudulence
Usage: Even the most intelligent among us may be tempted by the dupery of Internet con artists if we are not careful.

Word Of The Day from Word Smith© 2016 Wordsmith

Word: aforethought
Meaning: adjective: Planned or premeditated; not by accident.
Usage: “[Jack] Taylor has definitely killed two men, one more or less by accident, the other with malice aforethought.”
Patrick Anderson; One Tough Tippler; The Washington Post; Jan 27, 2003.

See more usage examples of aforethought in Vocabulary.com’s dictionary.

Thought For The Day from Word Smith© 2016 Wordsmith

Thought: Death is a friend of ours and he that is not ready to entertain him is not at home. -Francis Bacon, essayist, philosopher, and statesman (22 Jan 1561-1626)