Susie Dent's word of the day

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Word of the day is ‘flapdoodle’ (19th century): stuff and nonsense.

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A reminder of the word ‘forswunk’ (13th century): exhausted from too much work. To be ‘foreswunk’ is to be exhausted before you even begin.

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Susie, today.

betwattled: addled, confused, and generally befuddled.

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Today Susie said:-

I know I have tweeted this often, but if the cap fits… A snaccident is the inadvertent eating of an entire packet of biscuits when you meant to have just the one.

Stephen

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Word of the day is constult (17th century): to collectively play the fool/behave stupidly together.

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If you like your word games Susie has an app https://www.playtwowords.com/

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Word of the day is ‘sparple’ (14th century): to deflect unwanted attention from one thing by making a big deal of another.

Stephen

Democratic dissent is not disloyalty, it is a positive civic duty