November 25th, 2018

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Word of the Day 11/25/18 Fillip

Fillip (verb, noun)
fillip [fil-uh p]


verb (used with object)
1. to strike with the nail of a finger snapped from the end of the thumb.
2. to tap or strike smartly.
3. to drive by or as by a fillip: Anticipation filliped his passion.

verb (used without object)
4. to make a fillip with the fingers.

noun
5. an act or instance of filliping; a smart tap or stroke.
6. anything that tends to rouse, excite, or revive; a stimulus: Praise is an excellent fillip for waning ambition.

Related Words for fillip
boost, charge, tap, flip, incentive, excite

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Origin: 1425–75; late Middle English philippe to make a signal or sound with thumb and right forefinger; expressive word of uncertain orig; cf. flip

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Um...sorry...

I think I totally missed Friday? I'm not entirely sure now. It was kinda a blur for me...
However, I managed nearly a 7k day today, and I'm just shy of 60k (400 words needed, but I reached the end of the chapter and didn't feel like starting the next one).
I'll hopefully get a few words in tomorrow before work starts up again...and after that I'll be luck to get any in before NaNo ends at the end of the week.
60k is a good number though, and just beyond the 1/2 point in the story.
Skating in to December now...weakmoments, take it away!