Roar!

Fremescent: Growing Noisy

From a Latin word meaning to roar.

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TThe Latin verb meaning to roar is fremere, and it gives us a handful of English words such as today’s word, fremescent, which can mean anything ranging from an emergent, growing murmuring to a perhaps more well-established sound that is growing noisier.

A celebration of awesome, rarely used, highly novel words in the English language.

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