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May

Word of the Week: mien

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Howdy, Word Lovers! Last weeks’s WOW was risible. Risible means, according to Merriam-Webster Onlinedeserving to be laughed at or very silly or unreasonable. If that is the case, then my whole life is probably risible. Today’s word is mien. My years in French class are ringing in my ears for this one. Here goes for definition guesses for mien:

mien: 1. when I’ve been very, very good 2. the French way to spell Mayan 3. a very fancy average

What’s your guess for mien?

Wednesday’s Post: Lessons Learned from a Family Vacation…

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  1. May 26th, 2014 | Leta French says:

    Im thinking this word means 3.a very fancy average. And Im looking forward to reading your blog on Wednesday. I guess every family has crazy vacation stories, myself included. I always smile when I see your word of the day or your blog. Thank you for that….I love following you.

  2. May 27th, 2014 | maryann says:

    Awww….thank you for that, Leta. Glad I have a small part in putting a smile on your face. 🙂

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