25 Fantastic words

Words are great. You can do anything in the whole entire world with just words. They’re fun and exciting and beautiful and weird and crazy and I love them.

I could say that this list is a compilation of my favorite words, but I can’t say that. Everyday you see new words, learn new words, say new words, and every time these words mean something a little different to you. Everyday you love new words and hate new words and so this is just a list of some words that I like. Enjoy 🙂

  1. Hello: Well, hello means hello! But I love saying hello. Don’t you? Hello hello hellooo.
  2. Serendipity: the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way
  3. Taradiddle: pretentious nonsense
  4. Gardyloo: look out for the water! Used in Edinburgh as a warning cry when it was customary to throw slops from the windows into the streets
  5. Wanderlust: a strong desire to travel
  6. Petrichor: the smell of dry earth after rain (I also love this word because of my Whovian-ness)
  7. Hulabaloo: a commotion
  8. Effervescent: bubbly
  9. Splendiferous: splendid
  10. Pluviophile: Lover of Rain
  11. Idiosyncrasy: a mode of behavior or way of thought peculiar to an individual
  12. Pantaloons: women’s baggy trousers gathered at the ankles
  13. Bugaboo: an object of fear or alarm
  14. Bubble: a thin sphere of liquid enclosing air or another gas (you know what a bubble is… I want to blow bubbles now!)
  15. Lollygag: spend time aimlessly
  16. Gadzooks: an exclamation of surprise or annoyance
  17. Quintessential: representing the most perfect or typical example of a quality or class
  18. Promiscuous: having or characterized by many transient … relationships
  19. Felicitations: a way of saying congratulations!
  20. Pineapple: hehe. you also know what a pineapple is. Pineapples are funny.
  21. Pokelogen: marshy or stagnant water that has branched off from a stream or lake
  22. Onomatopoeia: the formation of a word from a sound associated with what is named
  23. Abecedarian: a novice
  24. Juxtaposition: the fact of two things being seen or placed close together with contrasting effect
  25. Rendezvous: a meeting at an agreed time and place, typically between two people




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