Why we chose this fancy word:
One of our writing interns, Clarissa Fidler,
stumbled upon this word while reading a New York Times article by David Carr.
She found the well-known writer's unique, poignant perspective on the topic of
plagiarism to be anything but quotidian.
Definition: quotidian (adj.) pronunciation: kwoh-tid-ee-uhn
2. usual or customary; everyday
3. ordinary; commonplace
Use this word in a sentence: Martha's quotidian looks and shy demeanor were no match for Zoe's breathtaking beauty and charismatic personality.
Have you been using past fancy words?
insouciant = free from concern, worry, or anxiety; carefree
self-effacing = not drawing attention to oneself; modest