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Jan

Word of the Week: crepitate

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Last week’s WOW was deracinate. The Merriam-Webster Online definition is: uproot or to remove or separate from a native environment or culture; especially to remove the racial or ethnic characteristics or influences from something. The hubby had a pretty close guess for this one! How is it that everyone in my family is smarter than me??? Oh. Wait. It’s my family.

Today’s WOW is crepitate. I feel like I should know this word, but it has escaped my brain (probably from that face plant a few weeks ago!). So here are my guesses for crepitate:

crepitate (ˈkre-pə-ˌtāt) 1. to make decrepit 2. to decapitate with a credit card (Bet that’s messy. Sorry–couldn’t resist!) 3. to creep creepily

What’s your guess for crepitate? Go here to tell me.

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