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Fun & Fancy Words:

As Mary Poppins taught us,
words can be fun!

emember supercalifragilisticexpialidocious? Don’t forget about King Lear’s  flibbertigibbet. Needless to say, there’s also the magical incantation abracadabra. And here’s another wacky one.


Also known as a “suck-up,” “bootlicker,” or “toady.” A sycophant is a fawning parasite who gets in the good graces of their target with groveling, ego-stroking praise. Some literary sycophants are: Othello’s Iago, Uriah Heep from David Copperfield, and nearly everyone who works for Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wears Prada.

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