Vicariously

Wednesday’s Word of the Week: Vicariously

Definition: in a way that is experienced in the imagination through the actions of another person.

Where I Heard It: I love this word. I use it all the time and yet I realised that I hadn’t done a word of the week on it and I knew this was a travesty and I had to rectify this immediately. Hence, why it is this week’s word.

Pronunciation: Vi-k-ree-ieh-slee

Stay safe guys!!

11 thoughts on “Vicariously

  1. I would so love to hear your Scottish accent. Here in South Africa, we are fond of that, of Scots and the goodness that come from Scotland. Ships, trains and a wee dram, perhaps also a bonnie lassie.

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      1. We and the Scots have something in common as the Afrikaans people consist of 40% Dutch 40% German 9% French 8% Scottish ancestru plus 1& from a very wild party

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