Saturday, 29 December 2012

Alacrity

Cheerful, Reader, Eager, Keen,

ALACRITY

Noun. Late Middle English.
[Latin alactritas, from alacr-, alacer briskness] 

Briskness, cheerful readiness, liveliness. 

Also:
alacritous adjective (rare) brisk, lively, active L19
alacritously adverb (rare) L19

4 comments:

  1. Its a bit ironic you writing about cheerfulness and liveliness when me being your neice I know you well enough to know that you would be leaning more toward being agelast than anythin else!!!! keebee =)

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    1. You calling me an agelast made me laugh. Is that irony?

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  2. hey this is really good to know, and I am certainly looking forward to more about edubirdie updates from you on this blog. So do keep us posted and best wishes to you.

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  3. This is such a great post! I am happy to see that you are doing such a edubirdie wonderful job with your kids! It is so rare.

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