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Nov
7

damp vs. moist

“Damp” and “moist” are words with similar meaning.  They both describe things that contain a small amount of moisture—not so much moisture as to say something is “wet,” but nonetheless an amount that is tangible, an amount that we can physically feel.  Although…

Nov
4

How to nominate a word for WOTY 2019

Wordsmyth invites you to nominate a word, and advocate your selection in a short nominating essay.  Some words may be socially/culturally important, and other words may be significant for personal reasons.  Here are some tips for finding and writing about a word you…

Nov
1

Wordsmyth Word of the Year 2019

Starting on November 1, 2019, Wordsmyth invites you to submit your nomination for the 2019 Word of the Year. It could be your “favorite word” or a “great word” that has been significant in some way in the past year. It could be…

Oct
25

Wordsmyth Educational Group subscription guide–for Teacher or School subscriptions

1. Go to subscription page Under the “Educational Group Subscription” column, Click “Subscribe Now.” 2. Create your school URL Fill out the school information form and click “Generate School URL.” A School URL will be created automatically, using your school name. Click “save”…

Oct
25

Using a “Subscription Key” for your Wordsmyth Group Subscription (Teacher or School Subscription)

If you have a Subscription Key to use in activating your group subscription, you will need to create a school URL and activate your subscription. Here are the instructions for using your Subscription Key. 1. Go to subscription page Under the “Educational Group…