Recent Word of the Week Winners
War Memorial Library :
Enigma chosen by Robert Beckford (12RW)
A puzzling moral situation that is ambiguous or inexplicable
Idiosyncrasy chosen by Jemima Gibson (10LG)
A way of behaving distinctive of a particular person or group : A Mannerism or quirk.
Discombobulated chosen by Georgia Langridge (10CH)
Having your composure disturbed, thrown into confusion.
Triskaidekaphobia chosen by Jake Fleckney (13MW)
An abnormal fear of the number 13.
Confuffled chosen by Rebecca Birks (13MW)
In a state of extreme confusion, especially when unable to solve a frustrating problem.
Monotonous chosen by Hassan Elgaddal (10RU)
Boring, dull and tedious, repetitious.
Entomology chosen by William Breslin (8BM)
The study of insects.
Spiflicate or Spifflicate chosen by Adam Manston (7LO)
To destroy; to quell; to confound; to handle roughly.
Arachibutyrophobia chosen by Isobel Frost (9DR)
The fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of your mouth.
Opthalmology chosen by Brandon Flanagan (8GU)
The branch of medicine dealing with structure, functions and diseased of the eye.
Census chosen by India Lindsay (7PR)
An official enumeration (counting) of inhabitants with statistics relating to them.
Bhagavd Gita chosen by James Hough (9MZ)
The ‘Song of the Lord’, also known as Gita, is a sacred Hindu scripture, considered among the most important texts in the history of literature and philosophy.