Nitid: Word of the Day

Nitid, adj.

Bright, lustrous.

The sweater that Grandma knitted for me was both nitid (in its brilliant yellowness) and noisome (it needed a wash).

Alternate usage:

“Where’d you get that sweater?”

“My grandma nitid it for me.”

How will you use nitid in a sentence today?

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One response to “Nitid: Word of the Day

  1. Sometimes I am sure my remarks are nitid, and sometimes they are noisome.
    Love the use of both words. My vocabulary continues to ‘expand’.

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