chevron (SHEV-ruhn) noun
A pattern in the shape of a V or an inverted V.
[Middle English, from Old French chevron, rafter, from Vulgar Latin caprion
(stem of caprio) from Latin caper, goat.]
"To increase employee morale, the company president decided to award
a cheap plastic chevron to those putting in more than 70 hours per week."
Wordpix, words that do their own show-and-tell, have evoked an enthusiastic
response. Here is another week of these words that remind us that a picture
is worth a thousand words. -Anu
The soul would have no rainbow had the eyes no tears. -John Vance Cheney,