Definition: (verb) Walk unsteadily.
Synonyms: coggle, totter.
Usage: The two elderly ladies were slowly doddering along, minding their own business, when a bike messenger sped by them on the sidewalk and nearly knocked them over. Discuss
Definition: (adjective) Having or marked by unusual and impressive intelligence.
Synonyms: smart as a whip, brilliant.
Usage: The brainy teen was surprised to see books she had read in fourth grade on her summer reading list for high school. Discuss
Definition: (adjective) Being in agreement: harmonious.
Synonyms: accordant, agreeable, consonant, conformable.
Usage: No one was surprised that the candidate’s views were concordant with those of the outgoing mayor, as the mayor had long been his mentor. Discuss
Definition: (adverb) In headlong and disorderly haste.
Synonyms: wildly, rashly, recklessly, pell-mell.
Usage: Montgomery cracked his whip at them, and forthwith they all turned and fled helter-skelter into the trees. Discuss
Definition: (noun) A low seat or a stool to rest the feet of a seated person.
Synonyms: footrest, footstool, ottoman.
Usage: He reclined in his chair with a contented sigh and put his feet up on the nearest tuffet. Discuss
Definition: (noun) A person with superior, usually specialized knowledge or highly refined taste.
Usage: I may not be a cognoscente of art, but I know talent when I see it, and this painter has it in spades. Discuss