Word of the Day
Facile (adjective) — easily done; simplistic; effortlessly working or acting; speaking effortlessly; ready prose; fluent prose; shallow (from Old French)
Word in a Sentence: In the fantasy novel Choices Meant for Gods, Godric Taiman thinks his empty, facile praise of Chariss has placated her guardian into leaving him alone and not probing for his deep, dark secrets.
Your turn! Today's Word of the Day is actually a joke because I spent three hours in mediation for a divorce I started 11 months ago just to learn that A) the person I'm divorcing is not just an idiot but an a$$hole with no clue what color the sky is in the real world and B) this divorce is going to take another six months, $5,000 (at least) and some more court dates. Sigh. SO! Any easy, effortless sentences stirring inside you today? Share and make us laugh because we need it! The comment field awaits your creativity to help us all get this new vocabulary word firmly stuck in our brains.
"Some days, I just want the dragon to win."
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