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Susie Dent on Twitter: "Word of the day is ‘beek’ (13th century): to luxuriate for a while in the warmth of the sun, moment, or other people."
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Quite Interesting on Twitter: "The word "Arctic" is from the Greek for bear, "Arctos", making it the "bear-place". The Antarctic is the anti-Arctic, the "no-bears-place"."
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Susie Dent 💙 on Twitter: "A reminder of the word ‘forswunk’ (13th century): exhausted from too much work. To be ‘foreswunk’ is to be exhausted before you even begin."
Susie Dent 💙 on Twitter: "Word of the day is ‘forwallowed’ (15th century): weary from tossing and turning all night."
Susie Dent 💙 on Twitter: "Word of the day (on repeat) is 'hurkle-durkling': 19th-century Scots for lying in bed/lounging about long after it's time to get moving."
Susie Dent 💙 on Twitter: "Word of the day is ‘spuddle’ (17th century): to work ineffectively; to be extremely busy whilst achieving absolutely nothing."
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Quite Interesting on Twitter: "Word of the Day: MORGENMUFFEL (German) - someone who is grouchy in the morning."
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Quite Interesting on Twitter: "Word of the Day: SCURRYFUNGE - to panic clean just before a guest arrives."
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