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Top 10 hardest and easiest spelling words, September 30 – October 30. 6

Here are the meanings of the 10 most difficult words that were also used in Times articles.

1. foofaraw — excessive attention paid to a small matter; or, similarly, unnecessary items:

But it is so dense with serious world literature of all stripes, and so absent of trinkets, elaborate bookmarks, candles and the like. foofarawthat it is a Platonic ideal. Sustainable San Francisco by Lawrence Ferlinghetti (March 11, 2019)

2. cichlid — a freshwater tropical fish often found in aquariums:

“The good news is that we have actually been able to save many protected and rare species,” he said, including certain breeds of snails and tilapia, as well as several types of animals. cichlid fish. Huge Berlin Hotel Aquarium Bursts, With 1,500 Fish Inside (December 16, 2022)

3. litchi — a small juicy fruit, also called lychee:

Hermé’s signature specialty, Ispahan, combining rose, litchi and raspberry. L’Avenue is open outside store opening hours. Pierre Hermé at L’Avenue at Saks Fifth Avenue, 8 East 50th Street, eighth and ninth floors, 212-940-4099, saks.com. L’Avenue travels from Paris to Saks Fifth Avenue (February 4, 2019)

4. geoid — a model of mean sea level across the world:

The effort to measure all of these high points originated in Washington 15 years ago. That’s when the National Geodetic Survey, a federal agency, adopted a new standard for measuring vertical distances. And the geoid — an imaginary line used to measure elevation — replaced the old sea level standard, allowing surveyors to measure to the nearest tenth of a millimeter. Denver Journal: Hoping third attempt is good, Mile High City marks the moment (October 5, 2003)

5. cetacean — an aquatic mammal, such as whales, dolphins and porpoises:

Perucetus and Tutcetus were alive only a few million years before primitive whales began their evolutionary split in two cetacean suborders today: toothed whales, dolphins and porpoises known as odontocetes, and baleen whales, including blue whales and humpback whales. An ancient whale named for King Tut, but Moby-Dinky sized (September 25, 2023)

6. ductility — the ability to be transformed into a new form:

“They are incomparable,” Mr. Buquet said of the pastels arranged on cotton. “In terms of brightness, quality, light resistance, ductility.” Centuries of creating a pastel rainbow (November 14, 2022)

7. coat — a relative of the raccoon, also known as coati-mundi:

From beneath the forest canopy came the guttural, trash-compacting roar of the world’s loudest land animal, one of many endangered species that live here, alongside pumas, toucans , spider monkeys and coat-world. The return of the Jaguar (November 8, 2022)

8. paratha — a fried and flaky flatbread:

Chai is the specialty, to sip, in assorted preparations, and to lick, in soft version, in this brother of the original Indian café in the East Village. Also on the menu, “nems” made from scrambled eggs and mint chutney wrapped in a paratha. Laser Wolf’s Jaffa Cocktail + Raw Bar opens at The Hoxton in Williamsburg (May 16, 2023)

9. to fall – decline:

The sharp to fall, however, is changing the game for both media companies and distributors. Already, many cord cutters are building their own plans, subscribing to a mix of services including Netflix, Max and Hulu. Cable TV is on life support, but a new pack is coming to life (September 14, 2023)

ten. furnishing — the capacity of the soil to support plant growth:

The coated particles bind together into small aggregates, creating spaces for water to penetrate, improving soil quality. furnishing. Why Your Garden Needs Mulch (Assuming You Do It Right) (May 4, 2022)

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