Dear T.O. Boys, For “T” I give you “transcendent”. This adjective was first used in the 15th century and comes from the Latin “transcendere”. It means “far better or greater than what is usual” and so could be used like this “Your transcendent presence enthralls me”
Dear T.O. Boys, It’s S” day and your word is “sanguine”. This 14th century adjective from the Latin sanguineus means “confident and hopeful” so you could say “Your sanguine disposition makes you a joy to be around.
Dear T.O. Boys. We’ve made it to “R”. Your word is “resplendent”. This 15th century adjective, from the Latin re- + splendēre means “shining brilliantly” as in “You look resplendent in that jacket”
Dear T.O. Boys, It’s all about Q today. Your word is “quixotic”. This adjective from 1718 means “romantic in a way that is not practical”. Not sure why it’s a compliment? Consider this sentence “Your quixotic approach to first dates is charming.”
Dear T.O. Boys, We’re on to “P” and your word for the day is “provocative”. This adjective from the 15th century means “serving or tending to provoke, excite, or stimulate. It’s easy to use in a sentence, like “Your thoughtful and provocative stance on the argument intrigues me.
Dear T.O. Boys, It’s “O” day and your word of the day is “opulent”. This adjective , from the Latin opulentus means exhibiting or characterized by comfort and wealth. Not sure how to use it? Try “While your opulent outfit caught my eye, it’s not what I find more appealing.”
Dear T.O. Boys, Today’s word is “noetic”. This adjective, from the Greek noētikos means “based on the intellect” Not sure how to use it? “Thanks for satisfying my craving for noetic stimulation with that great conversation”
Dear T.O. Boys, “M” is the letter, “mesmerizing” is the word. This verb from 1829 means “to be so interesting or amazing that nothing else is seen or noticed”. Need an example of use? “I find the way you carry yourself so mesmerizing”
Dear T.O. Boys, We’re on to “L”. Your word of the day is “luminous”. This adjective from the Latin “luminosus” means shining or illustrious. Not sure how to use it? Try “That was a luminous insight. Thank you for sharing it.”
Dear T.O. Boys, Your word for the day is “kissable”. This adjective from the Old English cyssan means “inviting kissing through being physically attractive.” It’s pretty easy to use, i.e. “You’re so kissable”
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