Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Word of the Week, April 26

Today is a great day to enrich our lives with a little learning.  Here is a vocabulary word for you to read, memorize, and use at least once every day this week.

vomitorium <vom-i-tawr-ee-uhm>: noun.  a passage through which crowds can exit at the end of  a performance.  plural vomitoria

Let's use it in a sentence, shall we?

After the service, it is Pastor's custom to greet parishioners in the vomitorium.

Here's one for the plural usage...

Of all the vomitoria Karen had walked through, this was by far the most strikingly beautiful.

Good luck this week!

1 comment:

  1. When I read this I thought, I frequent the vomitorium often in the mornings. My doctor says this should subside dramatically within the next few weeks....