TODAY’S WORD IS AMORPHOUS

Let us give you a daily challenge of WORDS!!

One, this will increase your vocabulary and two, you will learn something and as I was always told – ‘A day should never go by without a lesson learned or a challenge ignored’.

SO, THE WORD CHALLENGE TODAY IS AMORPHOUS!!

The PRONUNCIATION:

  • UH-MAWR-FUHS
  • AMORPHOUS is an ADJECTIVE

The DEFINITION:

  • AMORPHOUS is defined as ‘without a clearly defined shape or form; lacking a clear structure or focus’.

The ORIGIN or ETYMOLOGY of the word:

  • AMORPHOUS comes from the Greek language around 1725 and blends modern Latin amorphus, from the Greek word amorphos meaning ‘shapeless’ from ‘without plus morphe form plus ous.

The HISTORY of the word:

  • Synonyms of the word AMORPHOUS include words like shapeless, formless, unformed, and unshaped.
  • Antonyms of the word AMORPHOUS include words like shaped, and definite.

Using the word AMORPHOUS in a sentence:

  • Example of being used in a sentence would be: ‘The clouds this morning where amorphous’.

Remember to add AMORPHOUS to your vocabulary and use it sometime to see who of others in your travels know the word or may find themselves stumped.

Oh, and do not forget to continue working yesterday’s word into your vocabulary – CHILLAX!

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