POLYGLOT

by (adjective) 1 a: speaking or writing several languages b: composed of numerous linguistic groups 2: containing matter in several languages 3: composed of elements from different languages 4: widely diverse (as ethnic or cultural origins) The ancient castle’s library was filled with polyglots trying to decode the bound texts written…

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Inscrutable

by (adjective) Not readily investigated, interpreted, or understood: mysterious. Every school seemed to have one. The inscrutable outsider that everyone seemed drawn to but didn’t know why. Maybe that’s why they chose to stay away from him.  That sort of mystery isn’t always easily embraced. But then, the rumors probably…

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Sapient

by (Adjective) possessing or expressing great wisdom. My father, they used to say, was a sapient. He knew things no one could explain. He was always right. If that was true, then how could he have wrong on this?

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Utmost

by I’ve always heard it as “upmost” and even seen it used that way. So, I learned something new with this one! (adjective) 1: situated at the farthest or most distant point: extreme 2: of the greatest or highest degree, quantity, number, or amount. There were things that were known…

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Depone

by (Verb) to assert under oath: testify I depone, in the seat of fire, everything I saw. Knowing my life depended upon every last detail. I didn’t kill that man. I know the evidence is staked against me. But I have to try and prove my innocence.

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