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Use Fancy Words: Dither

Use Fancy Words: Dither #theeverygirl

Fancy word Everygirls should know: dither

Why we chose this fancy word: When you need a better way to describe (a), your wavering attitude about which dress you're wearing on your birthday, (b), whether or not to get the Rachel at your next hair appointment or, (c), if your Friday night will be spent cuddling with your dog watching Meryl Streep movies or out on the town in shoes you can't walk in (you know which one we're picking), go for dither, a lovely way to say you are vacillating amongst decisions.

Definition: dither (intransitive verb) pronunciation: dith-er

  1. To act irresolutely. Indecisive.

Use this word in a sentence: Quit dithering, Carrie, and decide on a pair of Manolo's already!

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supercilious= behaving as if one is superior
opine= to state as one's opinion
visceral= inward, deep-rooted feeling
masticate= chew, chomp
dalliance= trifling away of time, dawdling; flirting
quotidian= daily, usual or customary; everyday
insouciant = free from concern, worry, or anxiety; carefree
self-effacing = not drawing attention to oneself; modest
picayune = of little value or account; small; trifling
risible = causing or capable of causing laughter; laughable; ludicrous.
parvenu = someone who has recently acquired wealth or importance but has not yet developed the appropriate manners
usurious = charging illegal or exorbitant rates of interest for the use of money
blandishment = something that flatters or coaxes
innocuous = not harmful
fruition = attainment of anything desired; realization; accomplishment
libation = a pouring out of wine or other liquid in honor of a deity
ubiquitous = existing or being everywhere, especially at the same time
chimerical = highly unrealistic; wildly fanciful
pithy = brief or forceful
euphemism = nice way of saying something unpleasant
loquacious = talkative, babbling
osculation = a kiss
resplendent = having a splendid appearance
pedantic = ostentatious in one’s learning
compendium = summary or account of a subject