This Word-of-the-Day App Chooses Vocabulary Specifically for You!

Hello and welcome to your new Word-of-the-Day App! Get ready to inundate your brain with new vocabulary! 


Most vocabulary apps teach you esoteric words that you’ll never use in real life, but our app is different! 


We tailor all of the vocabulary specifically to your life and your experiences so that you can actually use what you learn! 


(For this reason, we ask that you grant us permission to your texts, emails, phone calls, location, date of birth, credit card number, dating profile, magazine subscriptions, arrest record, grocery lists, and social security number.)


Now that we’ve got that out of the way, are you ready to start learning? 







Perturbed: troubled in mind: feeling or showing agitation. (Merriam-Webster, 2019)


Example Sentence: College-educated women from your age bracket often feel perturbed by their inability to find a life partner. 




Devoid: being without a usual, typical, or expected attribute  (Merriam-Webster, 2019)


Example Sentence: Lately, your online dating profiles have been devoid of matches.




Resounding: empathetic, unequivocal. (Merriam-Webster, 2019)


Example Sentence: When you asked your cute coworker William if he wanted to get a drink after work, his response was a resounding no.




Avert: to turn away or aside (the eyes, one’s gaze, etc.) in avoidance (Merriam-Webster, 2019)


Example Sentence: Things are really awkward between you and William now, and when he sees you at work he averts his eyes.




Audacity: the quality of being audacious: intrepid boldness or arrogant disregard of normal restraints (Merriam-Webster, 2019)


Example Sentence: Your mother had the audacity to suggest that your love life is lacking because you are “too career-focused” and “intimidating to men”




Contemplate: to ponder, to meditate on (Merriam-Webster, 2019)


Example sentence: Recently, you contemplated texting Derek, your high school boyfriend who you haven’t seen in seven years.




Double Word-of-the-Day! 


Predicament: a difficult, perplexing, or trying situation (Merriam-Webster, 2019)


Asphyxiation: deprivation of oxygen that can result in unconsciousness and often death. (Merriam-Webster, 2019)


Example Sentence: Many women in your predicament never find love, and and end up living alone for many years in their expensive New York apartments, until one Friday night after a long day of work in corporate America they sit down to eat their microwave dinner for one and accidentally choke on a piece of under-cooked meatloaf, beginning a slow and painful death from asphyxiation



Wow! Look at how many words you learned this week! Keep up the great work, you unloved loser!