Obstreperous [Adjective] Sentence: The nineteen‐sixties, that obstreperous decade in the international art scene, saw the rise and fall of several movements, each new style following hard upon the heels of the other. […]
Petrichor [Noun] Sentence: Publishing in the journal Nature in 1964, Bear and Thomas proposed a name for the scent brought on by rain. They called it “petrichor,” a blend of the Greek words petra, rock, and ikhor, the blood […]
Too many “verbs”, too many words! And we don’t like too many unnecessary words, do we now?
The word “Nova” originates from the Latin “Novus” meaning “New”. “Novaturient” thus should remind you of someone who wants a new life!
“Plenipotentiary” can be expanded as “Plenty Potential” which someone who has full power can easily claim to have!