Word of the day: Ogre

Say it: o-gar

Part of speech: Noun

Definition: A  giant in children’s stories that eats people.

Etymology: French

Synonyms: Grotesque, Grotesquerie,Monstrosity, Monster

Use in a sentence: An ogre with two heads.

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