What is your favourite word?
It can be your favourite word because it means something to you or maybe just because you like the sound of it!
I have two words that are big favourites of mine. The first is "family" because it means so much to me, and I'm lucky to have such a wonderful and loving family. The second word is "chocolate" and that's self-explanatory!
My Favourite Word:
And the Word I hate is the smallest one: "I"
You may know well what's the reason. "I" is the main reason of every conflict. If you remove this word and the feeling this word creates in you, you will be the most humble and most successful man in the world.
Odd, but my favorite word is 'Language.' In English, when pronouncing the word language, facial muscles are utilized crossways and lengthwise as opposed to other multiple syllabic words. For example; say example, and then pronounce language... really listen to it... La ng gwi dj (not phonetic according to Webster). Interesting... Language is not only my favorite word; but it holds significant value for me; after all language was a gift given to humans by the gods...
What a great question. I pondered a moment and have to say - "love". It means just that, and under no conditions.. Made me feel good too. For those into chakras, wow..what a blessing.
Peace and privacy are my favorite words and i am looking for both.
1.) Anathema - something cursed or doomed. It just sounds cool!
2.) Schadenfreude - Taking pleasure in other people's pain. It's a German word, but the concept takes six words in English to explain! I just think it's cool that English doesn't have a word to describe this.
3.) Cheese - It makes you smile when you say it.
Pogonophobia - Its fun to say and it has a crazy meaning (the fear of beards)
Delicious is my favorite word. Sometimes my favorite word is Super. I like to say them both to make people laugh at different times.
perspicacious. I like to think I am, and it's the best "stumper" word I know. Look it up, it will change your whole life and vocabulary.
by Cathy 6 years ago
Do you have a favorite word in the English Language?For example, mine is facetious because it uses all the vowels.
by Right On Time 6 years ago
What's your most favourite and least favourite word?My fave is 'love'My least fave is 'holistic'!
by buckleupdorothy 6 years ago
What is your favorite word or three in the English language?
by epigramman 5 years ago
Remember now - only one word.
by JulietduPreez 8 years ago
So, what's your favorite word?And why?Mine is: kindnessWhy? Because I value it highly and I don't feel that there is always enough of it in the world.I'll add in my most-loved quote (seeing as it is relevant):"Wherever there is a human being, there is an opportunity for a kindness" ~...
by Dana Strang 6 years ago
Do you have a favorite word? What about a favorite letter?Just about everyone has a favorite color. A lot of people have favorite numbers. What about words or letters?
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