Wednesday, November 12, 2014

New word of the day: Otiose

Otiose:  otiose |ˈōSHēˌōsˈōtēˌōsadjective
serving no practical purpose or result: he did fuss, uttering otiose explanations.• archaic indolent; idle.DERIVATIVES otiosely adverbORIGIN late 18th cent.: from Latinotiosus, from otium leisure.
"I settled in his arms, indulging his otiose endeavors at kissing ass." 

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