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WORD OF THE WEEK: hugger-mugger

, 8 November 2019

WORD OF THE WEEK: Proctor’s Bulldog

, 1 November 2019
(n.) someone tasked with maintaining rules and keeping order

WORD OF THE WEEK: Necromorphous

, 25 October 2019
(adj.) appearing dead, but actually alive

WORD OF THE WEEK: undermimic

, 18 October 2019

WORD OF THE WEEK: Scowth

, 11 October 2019
scowth (n.) a period of time off from work; scope or freedom to focus on other things

WORD OF THE WEEK: public house bargain

, 4 October 2019

WORK OF THE WEEK: Ettercapped

, 27 September 2019

WORD OF THE WEEK: seagull manager

, 20 September 2019

WORD OF THE WEEK: Scofflaw

, 13 September 2019
(n.) someone who treats the law with contempt; someone who deliberately flouts rules that are difficult to enforce

WORD OF THE WEEK: zivilcourage

, 6 September 2019
(n.) the courage to stand up for what you believe is right

WORD OF THE WEEK: toad-eater

, 16 August 2019
(n.) someone who supports a liar, or helps propagate their untruths

WORD OF THE WEEK: polemomania

, 2 August 2019
(n.) an obsession with war or warlike imagery

WORD OF THE WEEK: demonagerie

, 26 July 2019
(n.) a demonic menagerie

WORD OF THE WEEK: eye-servant

, 19 July 2019
(n.) a worker who only busies themselves when they’re being observed

WORD OF THE WEEK: corbie-messenger

, 12 July 2019
(n.) a messenger who arrives too late to be of use, or not at all

WORD OF THE WEEK: involution

, 5 July 2019

WORD OF THE WEEK: Bloviate

, 28 June 2019

WORD OF THE WEEK: Whipmegmorum

, 21 June 2019

WORD OF THE WEEK: aberglaube

, 14 June 2019

WORD OF THE WEEK: caciquism

, 7 June 2019

WORD OF WEEK: mebby-scales

, 31 May 2019

WORD OF THE WEEK: spleiter

, 25 May 2019

WORD OF THE WEEK: broggle

, 17 May 2019

WORD OF THE WEEK: hang-choice

, 10 May 2019

WORD OF THE WEEK: straddlebug

, 3 May 2019

WORD OF THE WEEK: recrudescence

, 26 April 2019

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