13 Wonderful Old English Words We Should Still Be Using Today
As the years pass, language evolves. Since the days of Chaucer and Shakespeare, we can all agree English has become less flowery. Some fantastic vocabulary just dropped out of everyday conversation. Author Mark Forsyth writes about the words we’ve lost. From his book “Horologicon” to his Tumblr and published articles, we compiled a list of the best words that need reviving. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Click to read: Importantly infrequently used words to know Source: www.businessinsider.in Image: Like this: Like Loading... Related 13 Words You Probably Didn't Know Were Coined By Authors Boredom If you're not a fan of his books then it's probably no surprise that Charles Dickens is credited with inventing the word boredom in his classic 1853 novel Bleak House. In "Bits and pieces" Top 10 Charming Words for Nasty People #1: Ruffian Definition: a brutal person; bully Examples: "'You try me too much. In "General Learning" Top 10 Funny-Sounding and Interesting Words In "Did you know?"
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