Use a "word of the day" in a sentence every day for two weeks (or longer)
For those days that I don't participate in any conversations, I will blog using the word in a sentence.
I'm also planning to use a few different sources for the word of the day.
Today's word of the day on Word Think is indigenous. I'm pretty sure that I could slip that in to a conversation pretty easily. You know, since I'm an indigenous Eastern Shore girl.
Why am I using different sources?
The word of the day from Merriam-Webster Online is ephebic: of, relating to, or characteristic of a youth of ancient Greece or a young man
Read more at http://www.merriam-webster.com/word-of-the-day/#T6SyW6A7lDcooKYD.99
The word of the day from the New York Times is tout. I'm pretty sure that's doable.
The word of the day from Dictionary.com is edacity: the state of being edacious; voraciousness; appetite.