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Ossify: to become rigid or inflexible in habits, attitudes, opinions, etc.

Ossify - to become rigid or inflexible in habits, attitudes, opinions, etc.: a young man who began to ossify right after college. Origin Ossify stems from the Latin word for "bone," os. It entered English in the

opprobrious

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juvenescent     joo-vuh-NES-uhnt   , adjective;     1. being or becoming youthful; young. 2. young in appearance. 3. having the power to make young or youthful: a juvenescent elixir .

This word is derived from Latin. In English words like juvenile are derived from this word.

noun the defining spirit or mood of a particular period of history as shown by the ideas and beliefs of the time. "the story captured the zeitgeist of the late 1960s"

noun the defining spirit or mood of a particular period of history as shown by the ideas and beliefs of the time. "the story captured the zeitgeist of the late

Malapert (adjective): Boldly disrespectful; impudent. Word of the Day for 21 October 2015.

police rime resign just rime Malapert (adjective): Boldly disrespectful; Word of the Day for 21 October

German :) "Vorfreude - the joyful, intense anticipation that comes from imagining future pleasures

German word: vorfreude (n.) - the joyful, intense anticipation that comes from imagining future pleasures

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