Word of the Day


WORD OF THE DAY
Caducous kə-DYOO-kəsPart of speech: adjectiveOrigin: Latin, late 17th century
1(of an organ or part) easily detached and shed at an early stage
 
Examples of Caducous in a sentence “The protective layer of a poppy can be caducous, falling off to reveal the bright petals.” “Jane slid the bulky fur coat off her body in a caducous manner.”