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Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Weird Word Wednesday



adjective \ə-ˈgäg\

: full of interest or excitement because of something

Full Definition of AGOG

:  full of intense interest or excitement : eager <kids all agogover new toys>

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Examples of AGOG

1. The news has chemists agog.

2. Her supporters were agog at the idea.

3. The town is agog over the plan.

Origin of AGOG

Middle French en gogues in mirth

First Known Use: 1559


Kelley Heckart, Historical fantasy romance author






1 comment:

EV Medina said...

Good work, Kelley. Haven't heard that one in ages. I was agog when I saw you use it today.