The next time someone asks you how your trip was, don’t say it was ‘great’ or ‘brilliant’, say it was ‘numinous’. Travel should challenge as much as it delights and ‘numinous’ describes the feeling of being out of your depth but not wanting to be anywhere
Interstitial - pertaining to, situated in, or forming small or narrow spaces. Origin Latin Interstitial derives from the Latin interstitium meaning "interstice" or "an intervening space." It entered English in the
Today's Word of the Day is quixotic. Learn its definition, pronunciation, etymology and more. Join over 19 million fans who boost their vocabulary every day.(I believe it comes from 'Don Quixote de la mancha'.