Words to Use More Often No. 2

pole·ax
/ˈpōˌlaks/
verb
hit, kill, or knock down with or as if with a poleax; cause great shock to (someone).

a·droit
/əˈdroit/
adjective
clever or skillful in using the hands or mind.

li·ti·gious
/ləˈtijəs/
adjective
unreasonably prone to go to law to settle disputes.

a·me·lio·rate
/əˈmēlyəˌrāt/
verb
make (something bad or unsatisfactory) better.

ha·mar·ti·a
/ˌhämärˈtēə/
noun
a fatal flaw leading to the downfall of a tragic hero or heroine.

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Keaton Coleman

Cat enthusiast & self-proclaimed indie rock connoisseur. Former senior staff writer for Garage Music News, eternally a poet. Curating the niche.

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