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

A definite desire to leave things as they are and not to change present conditions for anything new or different. (1)
Someone who prefers to avoid changing to up-to-date or the latest most modern equipment or living conditions. (1)
A negative attitude or feeling against children. (1)
A reference to anyone who despises military battles and anyone who is involved with such activities. (1)
A person who desires to avoid or not to be associated with anyone with whom he or she does not know. (1)
To scorn or to undervalue; to despise, to disparage, or to dislike something. (1)
A morbid fear or dread of being alone or in being isolated from other people. (2)
Anything that is not considered normal or is very bad and shocking to see. (1)
Descriptive of something that is extremely shocking, huge, or outrageous. (1)
Relating to something that is huge, very impressive, or very significant. (1)
To argue for something, or against it, with another person, or people, who are opposed to the issue. (1)
A reference to an issue that is debatable, uncertain, or questionable. (1)
Including several or many things, people, or parts. (1)
Consisting of or descriptive of a very great, but indefinite number; innumerable. (2)
A very large number of people or things. (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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