Shamil’s Words of the Day

12 Mar

Shamil enthusiastically delivered two new words of the day. Well done, Shamil!



-adjective. Means generally considered to be true

E.g. Napolean and Squealer’s speeches are considered putative by the rest of the animals, who cannot see the lies and deception.




-noun. Means criticism or disgrace resulting from poor conduct

E.g. Shamil avoided any possible opprobrium by preparing very well for his Word of the Day teaching.


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