I used to be good at tending to open tabs, closing tabs when they are not needed or moving them into a folder when not in use for later reference. I am now out of practice with this habit. In looking through my open tabs, I found three new words that I want to feature in this series. You keep notes of words to include in this series in browser tabs? Sometimes!
In this evening's late edition of Fun with Words, I am featuring:
Praxis: The practice of something.
Daybreak: When light begins to appear at the beginning of the day. (This word was said a few times in an episode of Frasier I recently watched in which Frasier went camping with Martin, his dad, and Freddy, his son.)
Supposition: A hypothesis without proof.
That's it for this edition of Fun with Words! Tune in next time for more exciting, whimsical, interesting, obscure, and/or archaic words!