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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
It’s said that everyone out there knows something you don’t. Also, everyone out there is an expert on something. Everyone is unique.
I’d add that everyone has a word (or a combination of words) that’s perfect to describe them. The challenge is to find it. Well, this week we give you five more words to describe people.
noun: Someone who is prone to behaving in an exaggeratedly dramatic way: creating unnecessary scenes or making a big deal of small matters.
From Greek drama (action, play) + Old English cwen (woman, queen). Earliest documented use: 1923.
“He’s not strong and self-controlled, not cool and tough, not low-key and determined; he’s whiny, weepy, and self-pitying. He throws himself, sobbing, on the body politic. He’s a drama queen.”
Peggy Noonan; Trump Is Woody Allen Without the Humor; The Wall Street Journal; Jul 27, 2017.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:One definition of success might be: refining our appetites, while deepening our hunger. -Yahia Lababidi, aphorist (b. 25 Sep 1973)