2/24/20: laconic (luh-kon-ik), adj.
1. expressing much in few words; concise.
IN A SENTENCE: Vance gave his usual laconic answers when suspected of clogging the toilet with old wigs.
2/17/20: ruminate (roo-muh-neyt), v.
1. to meditate on; ponder.
IN A SENTENCE: Brody took a few minutes to ruminate on morality before mooning the old folks' home.
2/8/20: perfidy (pur-fi-dee), n.
1. deliberate breach of faith and trust.
IN A SENTENCE: Thanks to Colin's perfidy, the entire student body learned Brandi enjoys cat food.
2/4/20: compendium (kuhm-pen-dee-uhm), n.
3. a full list or inventory.
IN A SENTENCE: In Darren's bedroom is a typed compendium of animals that smell better than his father.