DAY 276 of 365 Days of Literacy for Kids:
Obsolete words are no longer in general use and may have fallen out of favor for nearly a century or more, but who says obsolete and rarely used words can’t be revived by kids who love words?
Today’s word is choller, a word derived from cholle, meaning jowl.
choller is a noun meaning double chin, flabby cheek or the hanging lip of a hound.
Finally, a word put to those things that hang from a hound dog’s mouth…
Can you imagine your kids and grandkids using the word choller in a writing assignment?
Let’s grab hold of the word choller and swing into action. Yuck!
Use choller with your kids and grandkids today!
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