#WordOfTheDay – This is what felicitous means

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Have you ever heard of the word felicitous before?

This adjective has two major meanings.

Felicitous can mean very well suited or very well expressed. When used like this it shares meaning with the word apt.

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Felicitous also means pleasant or delightful which is gotten from the noun ‘felicity’ meaning happiness.

Let’s use this word in two sentences to show the variation in meaning.

The nickname I was given is very felicitous

The view from my room is one of its felicitous features.

What other sentences can you form using this word?

 

 

 

 

 

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