10
Jun

Word of the Week: flehmen

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Last week’s word was nascent. Merriam-Webster defines nascent as coming or having recently come into existence. I think we can safely say that scandals are rather nascent for Mr. Obama, or at least that’s the way it appears!

This week’s word is flehmen. Here are my definition attempts for it:

flehmen 1. the adjective used to describe Cherries Jubilee. 2. men who reside in a not-so-nice motel 3. the partial mispronunciation of Filet Mignon.

What’s your definition of flehmen? Submit below!

Tomorrow’s Post: A very random act of kindness…

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  1. June 21st, 2013 | Diane Taylor says:

    The word uttered by chandler in a famous episode of friends.

  2. June 22nd, 2013 | maryann says:

    Oh, I like this definition very, very much.

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