Wiktionary:Word of the day/2021/April 8

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Word of the day
for April 8
magnoperate v (rare)
  1. (transitive) To magnify the greatness of (someone or something); to exalt.
  2. (intransitive) To act grandly.


  1. (intransitive, rare) To work on one's magnum opus (great or important work of art, literature, or music, a masterpiece; best, most popular, or most renowned achievement of an artist or author, representing their major life effort).

pomegranate n

  1. The fruit of the Punica granatum, about the size of an orange with a thick, hard, reddish skin enclosing many seeds, each with an edible pink or red pulp tasting both sweet and tart.
  2. The shrub or small tree that bears the fruit.
  3. A dark red or orange-red colour, like that of the pulp or skin of a pomegranate fruit.
  4. (Australia, colloquial, derogatory, obsolete) A person of British descent, especially one who has (recently) immigrated to Australia; a pom, a pommy.

pomegranate adj

  1. Of a colour like that of the pulp or skin of a pomegranate fruit; dark red or orange-red.

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