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What’s your favourite word?

Posted on 18 September 2011 by Alice

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a favourite actor, a favourite colour, a favourite food and most have a favourite book (mine’s Thomas Hardy’s Jude the Obscure by the way).

But what’s your favourite word?

Send me your best, most exotic, lovliest, most-used, or most ridiculous words to feature on my site, Facebook page and Twitter!

Use of Dictionaries is permitted.

Keep it clean, people.



Word heaven

5 Responses to “What’s your favourite word?”

  1. Emmanuelle says:

    I like audacity and ludicrous – i come across examples of them on a daily basis!

  2. Emma says:

    I would probably choose one of these –

    But that changes depending on the day! :-)

  3. Amelia says:

    I like the way these words sound:

    I like your website by the way :-)

  4. Ashraf says:

    My favourite word is flockynockynihilipilification.
    I like it because it takes so much time to write, and yet it means so very little.

  5. Peter says:

    hi Alice,

    my favourite word is resilience. it represents what’s left of you when the chips are truly down, and the thing you rely upon to save you from what life may throw at you.