Saturday, November 21, 2009

Touche!


funny word of the day: foible

Definition from Merriam-Webster:

foi·ble
Pronunciation: \ˈfȯi-bəl\
Function: noun
Etymology: obsolete French (now faible), from obsolete foible weak, from Old French feble feeble
Date: circa 1648

1 : the part of a sword or foil blade between the middle and point 2 : a minor flaw or shortcoming in character or behavior : weakness s>

synonyms see fault


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