Wednesday, May 7, 2008

AN INTERESTING MIX

FORTUITOUS/FORTUNATE

Explain the difference between "fortuitous" and "fortunate".


THIS WEEK'S APHORISM

Identify the person who coined the following:

"Ignorance is the night of the mind, but a night without moon and star."


TODAY'S WORD

The word for today is "salubrious".
Define "salubrious" and use it in a sentence.
What part of speech is "salubrious"?

1 comment:

BJ said...

I'll try the fortuitous vs. fortunate comparison:

Fortunate means "of the privileged few" whereas fortuitous means "lucky, as when coincidental circumstances generate an unexpected, yet pleasant, outcome".