What word would you like to be able to include in more conversations?

@AmbiePam (46429)
United States
November 15, 2008 10:41am CST
I just posted a tag in another mylotter's discussion, and the tag included the word zest. Now there is a word I really like. Yet I rarely hear that in day to day conversations. Sure, there is Zest soap, and we can have a zest for life, but it seems a shame to waste such a word when we talk so much anyway. Is there a word you wish you could work into conversation more often? And let us just assume it is a word not associated with cursing. I know some of you ornery devils were going to go that way.
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@nanajanet (4437)
• United States
15 Nov 08
I like the word, convoluted, meaning twisted, intricate, complicated. So you could say to someone, "You have a convoluted sense of humor."
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• United States
15 Nov 08
That is a good one!
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• United States
15 Nov 08
Love it!
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@winterose (39931)
• Canada
15 Nov 08
interesting topic, compassion is one word I would love to see in more discussions,
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@mtdewgurl74 (18122)
• United States
16 Nov 08
That is really a great word. I like the Zestiness of it. One word that I would like to include in my discussions more would be..Fantasy
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@AmbiePam (46429)
• United States
16 Nov 08
That is where I live. In a fantasy world. Or at least I try to. Reality keeps intruding.
@mtdewgurl74 (18122)
• United States
17 Nov 08
Mine too. How about the word Mesmerize or Mesmerizing?
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@ronaldinu (12454)
• Malta
19 Nov 08
I would like the word love to be inserted into more conversations. I would love to see more love than hate in todays world.
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@AmbiePam (46429)
• United States
21 Nov 08
Maybe some love can be inserted into mylot as well. Let's start with mylot, then take on the world!
@makingpots (11928)
• United States
16 Nov 08
Nice discussion, AmbiePam. I like the word Plethora. I like the way it sounds, that it seems to be very positive and abundant and I especially like that it really is quite easy to use it in conversation with little effort. In all I just think it is a fun word.
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@AmbiePam (46429)
• United States
16 Nov 08
I like that one! I use that one on occasion. It's a good one, lol.
@polachicago (19143)
• United States
16 Nov 08
Because "Love" is the most beautiful word in English language, I don't mind to see it any time I respond to mylot discussion.
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@polachicago (19143)
• United States
16 Nov 08
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GkgDZ28T00
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@irisheyes (4375)
• United States
15 Nov 08
This is going to sound really weird but the word I really love is a synonym for Ireland. It's Hibernian. I guess it would be a little hard to work that into many discussions but maybe we could do something with it on St Patrick's Day. I love that word so much that I called my book business "Hibernian Hill Books", "Hiberhill" for short. LOL
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@irisheyes (4375)
• United States
15 Nov 08
Actually, I guess it's a synonum for Irish, not for Ireland. That would be Hibernia which I do not like so much as Hibernian.
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@twoey68 (13662)
• United States
16 Nov 08
I also like the word zest and wish it were used more...it has a zippy kind of get up and go feeling to it. [b]~~IN SEARCH OF PEACE WITHIN~~ **AGAINST THE STORMS, I WILL STAND STRONG** [/b]
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@23uday (2998)
• India
16 Nov 08
Hi frnds, what word would you like to be able to include in more conversations? I want to put a simple conversation and basic english in the mylot.Its better to me and any one can understand my posts easily by reading my posts.I always post in a simple way conversations.when i talking to my frnds i will use simple conversation some times i use any conversations. When i attend for a job interview i will use any conversation either tough words or easy words.
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• United States
15 Nov 08
I love this discussion. My word would be divulge. I love that word. I heard it used on a daytime drama between an older woman and a younger man. That is my "it" word.
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• United States
15 Nov 08
I have a "zest" for cooking and find the word "zest" in many recipes!. I can't really think of any word that I do not fit into my conversations. I love learning new a words to add to my pretty decent vocabulary then I try and sneak the new words in as often as I can.
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@cynthiann (18630)
• Jamaica
15 Nov 08
Not me! Not me! I wasn't going to go that way, honest! See this wet, see this dry, cut my throat if I tell a lie! Yes, zest is such a descriptive word. I'm going to use it today when I see my 8 year old granddaughter. She is at the stage where she is developing a love for words too. I liked to use the word paradigm' a lot in business conversations but the word is no longer in use.I'll have to think on this one,.=. Nothing comnes to mind and I have to go supermarket shopping (which I loathe to do) My Irsih mother would ovveruse the word 'grand' Aprt from havinga grand time everything else was grands too. The food was grand and the people were grand and the weather was grand. Hmm- I'm going to have to think of a word I would like to use.
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@SomeCowgirl (32273)
• United States
15 Nov 08
I think any words that I would choose to be used more on a day to day basis, wouldn't be considered words at all, or aleast not to some. I suppose I wish more that pronunciations were different. Some of the ways I pronounce things are well, not many people use those pronunciations... only close friends and family.
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