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Despite My Dyscalculia And Tendency To Obambulate, We Developed A Good Rapport

In Words on December 12, 2010 at 11:00
Paragoge –
  • the addition of a sound, syllable or letter to the end of a word, either through natural development or as a grammatical function.
Rapport |raˈpôr; rə-| –
  • a relationship of mutual trust and respect.
Dyscalculia |ˌdiskalˈkyoōlēə| –
  • difficulty with numbers and in doing arithmetic.
Verbigeration –
  • an obsessive repetition of meaningless words and phrases, especially as a symptom of mental illness.
Weltanschauung |ˈveltˌänˌ sh ouə ng | –
  • a person’s or a group’s conception, philosophy or view of the world; a worldview.
Obambulate –
  • to wander aimlessly.

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These are the words for today, Saturday, December 12, 2010.

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