It’s Time to Vocabulize! Vocabulary 71 – 77

I love words! Let's learn seven more today.

I love words! Let’s learn seven more today.

Let’s keep this #vocabulizing going, shall we? It’s day 11  and it’s time to Vocabulize!  Many of you have inquired about pre-ordering my book. Thank you! All you have to do is click here. Now, let’s check out the words you’ve missed to date:

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Today, you’ll learn words 71 – 77.

As we continue to celebrate Women’s History Month, today’s vocabulary are in honor of Shirley Jackson.  Shirley Jackson is the former head of the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission, where she reaffirmed the agency’s commitment to public health and safety. She is the first female African American to receive a doctorate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dr. Jackson’s outstanding leadership in education, science, and public policy demonstrate To read more about Shirley Jackson, click this link.

It’s Time to Vocabulize!

71. Grace: charm; loveliness

72. Bold: brave

73. Forgiving: sparing; merciful; accepting

74. Genteel: sophisticated; cultured

75. Restorative: healing

76. Meritorious: honorable; commendable

77. Character: individuality; style

Call to Action

Time keeps on ticking, ticking, ticking into the future! What a bright future we have as we continue to #vocabulize.  You know the routine: practice each word in a sentence. Repeat them throughout the day as well. I’m still interested in seeing a two minute video of yourself, a youngster, or someone you know using each of these words in a sentence. You may send your video to me ASAP at I’m going to choose the top five videos and share it on my various social media pages and my website.The star in you awaits its unleashing! It’s time to Vocabulize. Go for it!

Don’t forget to pre-order your copy of my soon to be released book Vocabulize: How to Maximize Your Vocabulary at Any Age by clicking here.



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