Is Your Vernacular Spectacular?
Start using these words today!
By: CLARE MERRYMAN
Ever feeling like you use the same words everyday? OR tired of hearing different people use the same words? Every day you spend hours talking and sending texts, but you are just reusing the same casual words without even knowing it.
It is finally time that you spice it up, learn something new that will broaden your vocabulary, sound like a even more spunky person, or heck, even more intelligent!
Sound more intelligent, ready, set, go
Vernacular– The language or dialect spoken by the ordinary people in a particular country or region.
Antidote– A remedy that stops or controls the effects of a poison.
Brusque- Rudely abrupt or blunt in speech or manner.
Angst– An acute but unspecific feeling of anxiety.
Capricious– Impulsive and unpredictable.
Wanting more spunky energy!
Deja Vu- The experience of thinking a new situation already occurred.
Cloying- Overly sweet.
Disheveled- In disarray; extremely disorderly.
Elan- Enthusiastic and assured vigor and liveliness.
Slipping into a new conversation
Narcissist- Someone who is excessively self-centered.
Peevish- Easily irritated or annoyed.
Censure– Harsh criticism or disapproval; The state of being excommunicated; Rebuke formally.
Dejected– Affected or marked by low spirits.
Civility– Formal politeness and courtesy in behavior or speech.
Today’s challenge is to attempt to try out a few of these new words. See what ways you can squish them into your daily conversation, and if none of the above interest you, than look up some of your own!