very unusual or remarkable.
“the extraordinary plumage of the male”
I came across this word during my reading of the Boston Photograph. i had an idea of what this word meant but not the full meaning. Now that I looked the word up I have an idea of what this word means. This word basically means that something is different in an unusual or remarkable way.
To make (someone) very angry or annoyed
Source: Thesaurus to Merriam-Webster
I encountered this word, from the synonym, word tired. Because of the final is coming up, and just seeing your grade at the almost end of semester is unbelievable. Its not something “Oh semester is almost over, I don’t really care”. I actually want to revised grades if it is lower than C+. However there is limited time to fix it unless if I do not know your grade before the end of the semester. From the experience I had in the semester, maybe it is something that I have to ask for my grade constantly if it is not updated.
pass time by playing tricks or practical jokes; indulge in horseplay
Source – Google Dictionary
I encountered this word when my cousin text me. I asked him what is he doing and he said “Skylark, I’m getting paid to skylark”.
I did not know the meaning of the word so I Google it and found out it means passing time while making jokes. He was joking of course.
[Glossary Entry # 10]
“AP” Abbreviation of Associated Press: Link
American multinational nonprofit news agency headquartered in New York City
A news agency that sends out syndicated news copy to subscribers by wire or by satellite transmission
I encountered this word from our post on OpenLab (Link: Here). From our learning, I learned that AP stands for Associated Press; an organization. However, I decided to add on service at the end of the “Wire” because if someone who hadn’t taken our class to read this site, they would not understand. I did not thought at first that it was two words that describes one thing. So, I searched AP and than Wire. Each words have different meaning that made me very confusing about this organization name.
the tendency of a color to induce its opposite in hue, value and intensity upon an adjacent color and be mutually affected in return
Source – Merriam Dictionary
I encountered this word while reading the guide lines for project # 5 in COMD1100.
I now understand that Simultaneous Contrast means opposite in color and value.
[Glossary Entry 6]
An unusual habit or way of behaving
Something strange that happens by chance
I encountered this word quirk, from our instruction for the project #5. I did not understand what it meant, so decided to search it up on Merriam-Webster. After reading the definition and reread the sentence where I got it from, I still quite did not understand. Because the meaning and the way it was used was “not fit”. I hope the professor explains it after maybe if she read this post, however I am guessing that it will not be any time soon.
Of or relating to the country or country life
I encountered this word from one of my article that I used for the bibliography. I mentioned in the glossary, because I thought it would definitely help people who is reading it. I also picked up this word, so that I can also learn form it. Over all, I posted this vocabulary to help me and my peers so that our English language could expand.
: The function or work of a teacher; teaching
: The art or science of teaching; education; instructional methods
I came across this as i was trying to find the definition for didactic panels. It was a synonym for didactic.
Designed or intended to teach people something
—used to describe someone or something that tries to teach something (such as proper or moral behavior) in a way that is annoying or unwanted
I encountered this word during class time, where we have to write a short paragraph (About 75 words) about our humument project that will be going to be posted on the wall. Didactic means to teach or tell the reader. For our class, we made the didactic panel to teach the readers on that we learned from our COMD 1100 and Eng 1101 class. We have to include in our didactic, to show how our original theme of the book was changed and introduce our each thought about the project.
In or into the middle of (something)
I encountered this word when I was doing my assignment on annotating bibliography. (Source 2) This word is located at the first paragraph which it made me catch my attention, where I thought it was some kind of religious name. After I searched it on Merriam1Webster dictionary, I couldn’t believe that it meant, into the middle of (something). It is surprising that I have never heard of this word before. I am just wondering where in my conversation that I am going to use this type of word.