Bermudaonion asks you to share new words that you have learned during your reading adventures in the last week. Feel free to join in the fun!
Here are a couple of new words I learned while reading Tea Time for the Traditionally Built by Alexander McCall Smith:
Riposte: a quick, sharp return in speech or action.
Here is how riposte was used on Kindle location 659 of 3361:
He would have been able to reply with some witty riposte, but what could he say?
Impecunious: having little or no money; penniless; poor.
Here is how impecunious was used on Kindle location 895 of 3361:
He was notoriously impecunious and the prospect of a bit of pin money was very attractive.
So those are some new words I learned lately, how about you? I can't wait to discuss this book with my group tonight!