intr. & tr.v. cadged, cadg·ing, cadg·es
To beg or get by begging.
Here there be (sleeping) tygers. And Kitchens of Distinction.
Today's word is: midges.
1. Any of various gnatlike flies of the family Chironomidae, found worldwide and frequently occurring in swarms near ponds and lakes.
2. Any of various similar dipteran insects, such as the biting midges of the family Ceratopogonidae.
3. A little person.
Today's word is: coulee.
1. Western U.S. A deep gulch or ravine with sloping sides, often dry in summer.
2. Louisiana & Southern Mississippi.
1. A streambed, often dry according to the season.
2. A small stream, bayou, or canal.
3. Upper Midwest. A valley with hills on either side.
1. A stream of molten lava.
2. A sheet of solidified lava.
Today's word is: antidisestablishmentarianism.
originally, opposition to the disestablishment of the Church of England, now opposition to the belief that there should no longer be an official church in a country
When people are asked for the longest word they know, they often say antidisestablishmentarianism.
Bag of Ass wrote:las·civ·i·ous
1. Given to or expressing lust; lecherous.
2. Exciting sexual desires; salacious.
Man, even I knew this one. The lascivious Moor.
Good ol' Othello.
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