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Furciferous

January 25, 2011 by staff 

Furciferous, “Furciferous was Bill O’Reilly’s” Word of the Day “which left scratching heads after his show tonight. All it means?

According wordnik.com the word, as used herein, is defined as meaning “rabble villain villainous. Bill O’Reilly com he listed as meaning:” Outrageous, shameful, despicable. ” Answers.com said pronunciation is: fur · cif ° ER · OU.

O’Reilly on his Fox News show The O’Reilly Factor, the show ends with instructions on how to send an email. He concluded by asking authors to not be … and provides a word. This is usually along the lines of not being too talkative in the e-mail, or in this case, “scandalous,” “dishonorable” or “despicable”.

Some of Bill O’Reilly (today) and known words (with definitions of its site) include:

- Popinjay: A vain, conceited, overly talkative person.

- Bellicose: warlike, hostile, and aggressive.

- Jabberwocky: language absurd and incomprehensible.

- Veal lunar foolish person.

Must love Bill O’Reilly’s vocabulary! Because it makes people want to know “what the heck does that word mean?”

Well its “word of the day” that people want to know sounds like something that came from the song by Black Eyed Peas Fergie: Fergie

The word is “Furciferous’

According wordnik.com the word, as used herein, is defined as meaning “rabble villain villainous. Bill O’Reilly com he listed as meaning:” Outrageous, shameful, despicable. ”

According to Answers.com, the pronunciation is: fur · · cif UO ° ER.

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