Birthday.

In honor of my b-day, the word of the day for September 4, 2014! I think Dictionary.com channeled me or something, for that word could define my whole life. That’s basically what I do!

 

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\IN-duh-geyt\
verb
1. Archaic. to investigate; research.
Quotes
The spirit of inquiry… we take upon ourselves with the canine attributes; we talk of indagating, of investigating, of questing.
— Walter Savage Landor, Imaginary Conversations, 1853
Origin
Indagate entered English in the 1600s from the Latin indāgāre meaning “to track down.”

 

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