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Have you ever felt that high from finally employing a new, SAT-worthy word, matching it to the exact meaning you're trying to convey?
It's like fitting the last piece into a jigsaw puzzle; there's something incredibly satisfying about using words effectively.
A deep vocabulary allows you to be more intentional about your message.
And no matter your job title, the right words minimize the contextual gray areas that derail tasks, meetings, and projects.
Of course, vocabulary isn't just a feel-good hobby.
It helps us understand others, and convey meaning effectively.
Read on for over a dozen vocabulary-building apps and resources, along with handful of research-based strategies for remembering what you learn.
Pull that RSS feed into app integration tool Zapier, and send those vocabulary boosters to apps where you or your team can't miss them, like Slack or your inbox.
Slate podcast Lexicon Valley explores the English language by unpacking words, language history, and grammar.
An episode in May, for example, examined the creation of foreign languages used in Game of Thrones.
Reverse Dictionary and similar reverse word search sites like Wordsmyth and are go-to resources when a thesaurus doesn't do the job.
Though if you'd rather opt for a mobile app, Writing Aid (i OS) offers a similar solution.(That said, the dictionary approach can be a lot of fun; it's how I found out "ha-ha" is a real word.) The mobile app not only serves as a trusty pocket dictionary, but it also helps you memorize words.