Words to Use More Often No. 5

vas·sal·ize
/ˈvasəˌlīz, ˈvaas-/
verb
bring into a condition of subordination to someone or something.

ab·struse
/abˈstro͞os,əbˈstro͞os/
adjective
difficult to understand; obscure.

mal·fea·sant
/malˈfēzənt/
noun
one that is guilty of wrongdoing or misconduct, especially a public official.

in·ure
/əˈn(y)o͝or/
verb
accustom (someone) to something, especially something unpleasant.

pre·coc·i·ty
/pri-ˈkäs-ət-ē/
noun
intelligence achieved far ahead of normal developmental schedules.

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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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