Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by ContentExpert, Jul 11, 2019.
Pleasing to the ear; sweetly melodic.
Her voice was mellifluous and smooth.
@ScribScribScrib is going to murder you for this, brah.
Are you saying that in a mellifluous tone?
I'm terrible with new words...
Sounds almost like euphonic.
This would be much more fun if you also add how to pronounce: /məˈliflo͞oəs/
Because many of us don't have English as the first language and would not know how to read it correctly.
Or even add the recorded version would be even better.
Lets be honest, even native speakers cant read some words right..
T U R M O I L
- When shit hits the fan, all hell is broken loose.
*I have been fortunate to recover from the Turmoil of the housing crash in 2008.
Taking any contributors? I got excited when @ScribScribScrib started the thread back up again
Never saw that thread before.
It's okay, no such thing as too many community contributions.
Nice thread. Wonder how popular it'll get.
Attaching an audio file possible?
A very difficult problem / question
Example: I'm going through a conundrum right now.
These are scary. I would not like to use them in an article unless I am impressing a buyer to give me gigs based on my sophisticated writing.
This will be fun. Following!
But doesn't hurt to learn them should you ever come across
Nope, it's never counter-productive to expand your vocabulary.
Thanks for contributing to the thread.
I'd like to make a contribution.
being a small remaining part or amount
In medical terminology, often used to describe something, especially a part of the body, that has not developed completely, or has stopped being used and has almost disappeared, commonly used when talking about evolution
Use: 1. Later, colonial laws prohibited even speaking the Pequot language, now long dead but for a few vestigial words.
2. Kiwis lack an external tail, and their vestigial wings are entirely hidden beneath a curious plumage—shaggy, more like fur than feathers.
My good friend is a creationist. In college he was debating a biology student, saying how evolution didn't occur, hence all so-called 'vestigial' organs are a part of intelligent design. The biology guy then got all mad and said my friend had a vestigial brain.. ouch.. rude
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