A state of inbetweenness. More literally, the state of the soul between life and rebirth, but used as a kind of limbo in the third paragraph of this Atlantic article.
It's not often we get a word from Tibetan.
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Like its near synonym, hedonist, today's Good Word implies physical sensual pleasures with the opposite sex
Is this still true? Is there any reason a homosexual cannot be a voluptuary?
Grogie wrote:''On many tv stations in the American Deep South, the southern drawl is considered soloecal so, in consequence, news anchors with a so-called ''mainstream'' American accent are hired to read the news.''
I wonder if this might eventually lead to a lessening of the southern drawl.
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Quite fun, thanks for passing it on. I never knew the Moët pronunciation. I always thought it to be French and that the Queen song had it right.