Word of the Day – Odious

Word of the Day : October 13, 2021 Odious adjective OH-dee-us What It Means Odious means "causing strong hatred or dislike." // The biography is an in-depth account of one of the most odious serial killers in American history. See the entry > Examples "There are probably few things more emotion-laden and odious as taxes. But for a society to function … Continue reading Word of the Day – Odious

Black History Month

Black History Month UK has been celebrated in October each year since 1987. The aims of Black History Month are to celebrate the heritage, culture, contributions and achievements of people from Black, Asian, and minority ethnic communities in the UK, and throughout the world. Inspired by the Black Lives Matter campaign, Black History Month UK … Continue reading Black History Month

Word of the Day – Extricate

Word of the Day : October 12, 2021 Extricate verb EK-struh-kayt What It Means Extricate means "to free or remove someone or something from an entanglement or difficulty." // Firefighters extricated the passengers from the wreckage. // The wife of the accused hired an attorney to extricate herself from the allegations brought against her husband. See the entry > Examples "The … Continue reading Word of the Day – Extricate