Word a Day Revisited Index of Cartoons Illustrating the Meanings of Words

(as presented by Mickey Bach, the cartoonist who defined words with related illustrations)

Click on the image name in this list that you would
like to see and the page where it is located will be presented.
Sometimes you will see more than one illustration for a word entry,
which is meant to provide you with a better understanding of the words.

"A picture is worth a thousand words" refers to the idea that complex ideas can be conveyed with images or illustrations. If this is true, then you will be able to comprehend THOUSANDS of WORDS by clicking on the links in this index.Smily face

Commonplace, worn out by constant use.
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trite, more trite, most trite

1. An unfounded, unrealizable dream.
2. Imaginary concepts or unrealistic ideas and proposals. (4)
Someone who is wealthy and has significant power and influence; a plutocrat. (1)
Careful when considering what might happen if the wrong choice is made. (2)
Perceptions or intuitive insights that are easily and quickly recognized and presented. (1)
A person who is said to be able to see things that are usually beyond the range of normal human abilities. (1)
Conveying the ability to see or to perceive something beyond normal conceptions. (1)
Characteristic of keeping or doing something in secret, often in order to conceal an illicit or improper objective; marked by hidden aims or methods. (1)
An intense fear or dread of having to be in a restricted or a relatively small space. (1)
A reference to a convincing, appealing, or a compelling force which is not easy to resist. (4)
Someone's companion or follower; a supporter, an accomplice, or an associate of a leader. (1)
A secret agreement or cooperation for purposes of trickery or an underhanded scheming or working with someone else to deceive or to trick someone out of something without paying for it. (2)
Enormous in size, degree, or extent; gigantic or tremendous; astonishing or incredible. (2)
Expressing or showing sadness, sincere feelings, or sympathy for another person who has experienced something unpleasant or very disturbing. (3)
To provide something good as a balance against a bad or undesirable situation or to make up for a defect or a weakness. (1)

For special Christmas and
New Year's Mickey Bach images, go to this
Holiday Greetings; 2012 to 2013 unit.

The cartoons are NOT intended to be disrespectful to any one,
neither in the past nor in the present!
The only reason the images are shown is to provide another way to see
the words that are presented from a different perspective

. . . with a touch of humor!
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Mickey Bach Word a Day Illustrations
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