Word of the Day- August 23

word of the day

august; adjective: marked by majestic dignity or grandeur

Example Sentence: “But a great deal of life goes on without strong passion: myriads of cravats are carefully tied, dinners attended, even speeches made proposing the health of august personages without the zest arising from a strong desire.” — George Eliot, Daniel Deronda, 1876

Come back tomorrow for another word courtesy of Merriam Webster!

Thanks for reading!

-Gabe

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