For this week’s Wednesday Words, we won’t be very fancy but we will have some exciting words….and we are stepping right into it.
CONCUPISCIBLE (adj. )
- Worthy of being desired
Origin: 1490 – 1500; Middle French
[/ˈfrabdʒəs/] [frab-juh s]
- wonderful, elegant, superb or delicious
Origin: 1872; coined by Lewis Carroll in Through the Looking-Glass.
- Extreme superstition about the number thirteen
Origin: 1910 – 15; Greek
- To have a paralyzing or mesmerizing effect on someone.
Origin: 1600 – 1610
- Fear of gaining weight
- The act of mentally undressing someone
- Feigning disinterest in something while actually desiring it.
RASASVADA (n. )
- The taste of bliss in the absence of all thoughts.
- A woman who appears to be attractive only when being viewed from behind.
…and guess what? You got extra!!!!
I’m sure some of these words encouraged you to create a sentence or two…