Wherein I Enrich My Word Power Without Paying

Thanks to Owen, I have some new words to try out, like this one:

9. Brabble

Verb – “To quarrel about trifles; esp. to quarrel noisily, brawl, squabble” – Brabble basically means to argue loudly about something that doesn’t really matter, as in “Why are we still brabbling about who left the dirty spoon on the kitchen table?” You can also use it as a noun: “Stop that ridiculous brabble and do something useful!”

I think that’s been replaced in the modern lexicon by blog.

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3 thoughts on “Wherein I Enrich My Word Power Without Paying

  1. There are many software developers out there who know what it is to have their software Noggled. It happens in their nightmares nightly.

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