Word of the Day: DICACIOUS

from Latin dicaxdicaci-(talking sharply) + -ous

“…Giovanni (or Lanciotto) deputes his more blandishing and dicacious brother to be his proxy in the marriage ceremonies; and afterwards, as the morning breaks, when the susceptible lady actually discovers her husband to be a wise, stern, moral man…”

From: The North American Magazine
Volume 4, 1834
Francesca Da Rimini
A Tragedy by Silvio Pellico

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