a) to close the eyes in sleep
b) to confound or stump someone
c) to shine, to glisten, to glitter
d) to ignore, to evade
Today's Featured Word: CONSIMILITY
resemblance, mutual likeness, similarity ...1680 obs.
from Latin consimilis alike, very similar
FIRST DOCUMENTED USE
1680 - see EXAMPLE below
"...their consimility of disposition, there was a
very conjunct friendship between..."
From: Letters Written by Eminent Persons
in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
By: John Aubrey, 1680
Daily Word Quiz Answer
BLIKE c) to shine, to glisten, to glitter ...a1000 obs.