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
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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

Those who receive support, advantages, etc. from another or others without giving anything useful or proper in return; as those who live at the expense of another person or other people. (2)
1. Characterized with uncertainty, danger, or risk.
2. Mischievous; so, keen and shrewd. (4)
A humorous playing with words that have more than one meaning or a twisting of words that are puns. (2)
Any micro-organism or virus that can cause a disease. (1)
Conveying a compulsive illness or mental problem which is not normal. (1)
Certain things that are experienced or seen which create feelings of sorrow or sympathy and compassion. (1)
Small or inadequate quantities or amounts; a scarcity of something. (3)
Relating to committing villainous or objectionable activities. (1)
A small or insignificant fault or offense. (1)
To take money dishonestly, to embezzle; especially, property or public funds that are entrusted to a person's care. (1)
The misappropriation or the embezzlement of public money or property by someone in an official government position or some organization. (1)
A trait, manner, characteristic, or habit that is odd, abnormal, or unusual. (1)
Consisting of or given or exacted in money or monetary payments; with reference to a crime, violation, etc. involving a fine or penalty of money. (2)
Superb, matchless, unrivaled, and having no equal in skill or talent. (1)
A significant desire for or a pleasure in doing certain things, even when other people might not like it. (3)

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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