Word of the day

Posted by: fredk

Word of the day - 10/04/12 07:52 PM

Crapulous.

As used in this sentence from The Economist:

" Others argue that drinking habits have become polarised, with the moderate majority increasingly distanced from a crapulous minority."

Definition

Final notes: Carpulous Minority. Sounds like a new release by Negative Orange.
Posted by: Amie

Re: Word of the day - 10/05/12 03:15 PM

It's kind of the perfect word for we Canucks to learn this weekend . . . gobblegobblegobble . . .
Posted by: fredk

Re: Word of the day - 10/05/12 03:28 PM

Originally Posted By: Amie
It's kind of the perfect word for we Canucks to learn this weekend . . . gobblegobblegobble . . .

On Thanks Giving, your average Canadian becomes part of the crapulous majority? I thought that was a St Paddies day thing.
Posted by: Adrian

Re: Word of the day - 10/06/12 04:34 PM

Flippandazzle....the blinding flash you receive when a bald guy's toupee falls off.