Word of the Week

Word of the Week #14


ingenue (AN-juh-noo)  |  noun 1. a naive girl or young woman 2. a specific stage role of a naive girl or young woman Sentence: “Tina Fey wrote ‘Mean Girls,’ but she’s no Regina George. On the first day of rehearsals for her new Broadway musical, based on the 2004 hit comedy, she had a message for…… Continue reading Word of the Week #14

Word of the Week

Word of the Week #12


enigma (noun): The definition of enigma is something or someone that is puzzling or a riddle. The word “enigma” first appeared in print in 1449. Its origins remain as mysterious as the word itself. It is likely to derive from the Latin ænigma, meaning a riddle, or the Greek, ainigma, which derives from the word…… Continue reading Word of the Week #12