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Word of the day – Prevaricate

Word of the Day : March 19, 2021 Prevaricate verb prih-VAIR-uh-kayt Definition : to deviate from the truth : equivocate Did you know? Prevaricate and its synonyms lie and equivocate all refer to playing fast and loose with the truth. Lie is the bluntest of the three. When you accuse someone of lying, you are saying that person was intentionally dishonest, no bones about it. Prevaricate is less … Continue reading Word of the day – Prevaricate

Word of the day – Fiscal

Word of the Day : March 18, 2021 Fiscal adjective FISS-kul Definition 1 : of or relating to taxation, public revenues, or public debt 2 : of or relating to financial matters Did you know? Fiscal derives from the Latin noun fiscus, meaning "basket" or "treasury." In ancient Rome, fiscus was the term for the treasury controlled by the emperor, where the … Continue reading Word of the day – Fiscal