Pronounced: EN-suh-form, adj Notes: I wish I had known this word; it could be useful Yesterday’s word The word passel means “a group of individuals or objects of an unspecified number” First usage This word came into English in the mid-1800s Background / Comments The word is an alteration of the word “parcel”.


Pronounced: par-uh-PRAK-sis, noun Notes: There is a more common phrase for this word Yesterday’s word The word quaggy means “marshy; flabby; spongy” First usage This word goes back to the late 1500s Background / Comments The word comes from quag (marsh); thus, marsh-like and its related attributes – spongy or flabby.