Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Word of the Day: Connive

I would like to try something different today. Instead of starting off here with something goofy to say, I would like to ask each and everyone follower of Word of the Day to please leave us something in the comment box down below. All of you that take the time out of your day to check out our blog, Bite My Book are amazing. We are grateful for each and every follower that we have. And we would really like to hear back from you. Let us know what it is you are thinking. Julie, Michala and myself (William) have such fun putting this blog together everyday. And we would love to hear you have to say. It would really mean so much to us. 

Now to your Word of the Day, from Merriam-Webster.com

Connive (con-nive) \kuh-NYVE\, verb;
1. to pretend ignorance of or fail to take action against something one ought to oppose

2a. to be indulgent or in secret sympathy: wink

2b. to cooperate secretly or have a secret understanding

3. to engage in secret scheming: conspire

Go out there and try and use Connive in your conversations if at all possible. Leave us something down below, not only here but on all the post here on Bite My Book. Thank you.

By: William G. Muir
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