ENDANGERED WORDS: Pluviose

Endangered Words

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“Pluviose”

{PLOO-vee-ohs or PLOO-vee-ohz. Adjective}
Late 19th century
Very rare
I love this word. Something about it makes it fun to say. 
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According to the book Endangered Words by Simon Hertnon, pluviosity is the noun. 
And what does it mean?
“Of, relating to, or characterized by rain; rainy.”


Lovely!
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In a Sentence . . .
Has your town seen pluviose weather lately?
Readers: Your turn. How would YOU use it in a sentence?

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