Friday Favorites: Favorite Words

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Hello, fellow bookworms!

Today’s post is a tag that was created by Something of the Book and she has a whole list of Friday Favorites to follow. They are awesome and it is a fun way to find new books with a twist and see how others have answered it!

I am excited for this prompt! I am a fan of using great words and honestly, there are a couple that I use daily. There are also words that I just find hilarious and should use more. So, let’s get into this!

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1.) Dillweed

This one I use everyday more than once. It is my go-to insult for everything. ” What are you doing, dillweed?” or “Come on, stop being a dillweed!”

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2.) Flabbergasted

I mean, this one is just fun to say. I do need to use it more because it is such a fantastic word!

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3.) Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

I love all things Disney and this was a perfect time to mention this word. Plus, Mary Poppins is so pretty!

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4.) Appalled

Honestly, I feel like this is me all the time. So, I use it a lot, Haha!

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5.) Lollygag

“Come on guys, quit lollygagging around!” I probably say this one too many times.

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There are more that I enjoy but these are definitely used more and are my top 5!

What are some of your favorite words? Do any of these make your list? Let me know in the comments!

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9 thoughts on “Friday Favorites: Favorite Words

  1. Omg I love all of these words. Dillweed and Lollygag are definitely two that aren’t heard or used ever in this part of the world (at least, I haven’t found anyone who even knows what it means haha)! Flabbergasted was on my list too. I surprisingly use that word a lot 🤣 Great post, Joanna!

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  2. Great choices! I love every single one of these. One word my dad and I have been using a lot is ‘defenestrated,’ which means throwing someone out of a window. I’m also partial to the word ‘hobbledehoy,’ which is old and rarely-used and means a ‘clumsy and awkward youth.’ 🙂

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