Word of the day: expostulate

EXPOSTULATE

Expostulate means to disagree with someone, or according to Merriam-Webster, “to reason earnestly with a person for purposes of dissuasion or remonstrance.”

Expostulate” is also the title of Sam House’s blog. Sam, a friend and fellow associate editor at The Bona Venture, loves politics. She loves writing about them. She loves having her opinion be known.

Though this is a short post, I use this space to tell you to check out her blog. Sam’s a great writer and she has a way of writing about boring subjects so that I’m interested.

Check her out at wordsandverbs.wordpress.com.

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