Today’s Secret Word

Remember the good old days of vocabulary building? Yesterday I learned a new word from Colin when he commented on the berm of snow outside our window.

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berm (noun)

1. a narrow shelf, path, or ledge typically at the bottom of a slope; also: a mound or wall of earth or sand

2. the shoulder of a road

Source: www.merriam-webster.com

And You?

What’s the last new word you learned?

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