navigable

navigable

/ˈnavɪɡəb(ə)l/ [nav-ig-ubble]
adjective
1 (of a waterway or sea) able to be sailed on by ships or boats.
1.1 (of a track or road) suitable for vehicles.
2 (of a website) easy to move around in.

Origin
Early 16th century from French navigable or Latin navigabilis, from the verb navigare ‘to sail’ (see navigate).

The ranch roads were generally navigable, even without an SUV, but Joe had to get out at every gate to open it, drive through and then close it again.

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Bots

Just a bot?
I hope you’re not.
On some poor instance
You’ve robbed a spot.

From someone real
Who has appeal
And will be interesting,
Full of fun and zeal!

As a song, it isn’t long,
But the sentiment is strong.
I hope it will be catchy
Instead of merely scratchy!

disillusion

disillusion

/ˌdɪsɪˈluːʒ(ə)n/ [diss-eloo-shun]
noun
mass noun
Disappointment resulting from the discovery that something is not as good as one believed it to be.
verb
[with object]
Cause (someone) to realize that a belief they hold is false.

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I hate to disillusion you, but this word is not usually about magic or card tricks.

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legume

legume

/ˈlɛɡjuːm/ [leg-guum]
noun
1 A leguminous plant (member of the pea family), especially one grown as a crop.
1.1 A seed, pod, or other edible part of a leguminous plant, used as food.
1.2 Botany The long seed pod of a leguminous plant.

Origin
Mid 17th century (denoting the edible portion of the plant): from French légume, from Latin legumen, from legere ‘to pick’ (because the fruit may be picked by hand).

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Peas understand that it amazes me that we have bean sew off our feed here that we have not picked legume for our word harvest before today.
(Perhaps you want to give thanks for that after reading the sample sentence. Frankly, I think I nailed it!)

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interfaith

interfaith

/ˈɪntəfeɪθ/ /ɪntəˈfeɪθ/ [inter-faith]
adjective
Relating to or involving different religions or members of different religions.

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Making a marriage interfaith
Is joining together two people
(Sometimes even under a steeple)
With hopes of familial bliss
Sealed strong by the “I do” kiss
Though, they may eventually be haunted
Far more than anyone wanted
By some passed family member’s wraith.

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entomologist

entomologist

/ˌɛntəˈmɒlədʒɪst/ [en-toe-mollo-jist]
noun
A person who studies or is an expert in the branch of zoology concerned with insects.

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“Don’t bug me about it, Dad! I’ve already decided to be an entomologist.”

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codify

codify

/ˈkəʊdɪfʌɪ/
verb – codifies, codifying, codified
[with object]
1 Arrange (laws or rules) into a systematic code.
as adjective – codified
1.1 Arrange according to a plan or system.

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Attempts to codify our behavior are fraught with confusion. Then, it must be said, our natural confusion is difficult to organize in a logical way.

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