This Week’s Word is doubly special because it is a request from a fan and admirer of our program.
Fans and admirers are few and far between in this business, so it you really want to get my attention, become a fan and, even better, become an admirer and then nominate a word to be our Word of the Week.
There’s basically only one rule on nominations. Try to keep them to less than six syllables. More than that and you’ll tongue-tie your host.
This week’s Word of the Work is spelled just like it sounds but its meaning might be unfamiliar.
Its origin is a Greek word that meant “fullness.” The way we use “Plethora” today is as a noun – a person, place or thing – that means a very large amount or number of something; an amount or number that is greater than what is necessary.
Give it a listen and, as a bonus, you’ll learn how to spell it correctly, any time and all the time. And remember your assignment: use the word (correctly) in an email or a conversation. But, most important, have fun with your Word of the Week.