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13 Useful Words You Didn't Know Existed

These words are like a delightful little discovery for your brain! Keep the delight going by saving money with GEICO.

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1. Did you know that there's a word for two days from now?

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“The day after or following tomorrow.”

2. And that darkness has a color?

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“The dark grey color seen by the eyes in perfect darkness, as a result of signals from the optic nerves.”

3. Or the word for that Monday morning struggle?

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“The state of having a hard time waking up and getting out of bed in the morning.”

4. Did you know that there's a word for things you could stare at all day?

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“Pleasant to look at.”

5. And the sound of bells? Yep, there's a word for that.

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“A jingling or tinkling sound as if of bells.”

6. Did you know there's a word for the metal part of the pencil you can't help but chew?

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“A ring or cap usually of metal put around a slender shaft (as a cane or a tool handle) to strengthen it or prevent splitting.”

7. And the part of your face between your nose and lip?

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“The vertical groove on the median line of the upper lip.”

8. And for all the very important people.

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“A person in high position or of great influence.”

9. Did you know that there's a word for being afraid of not finding "the one"?

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“The fear of remaining unmarried or being married to the wrong person.”

10. How about a word for the part of your shoe that gets stepped on?

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“The part of a shoe upper or boot upper covering especially the forepart of the foot and sometimes also extending forward over the toe or backward to the back seam of the upper.”

11. And for that satisfying stretch after a nap.

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“A stretching and stiffening especially of the trunk and extremities (as when fatigued and drowsy or after waking from sleep).”

12. Or that little piece of something tasty.

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“A small piece or slice especially of meat.”

13. There's even a word for when you can't actually think of the word!

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“The inability to remember a word or put your finger on the right word.”

There’s a word for everything! What other discoveries can you find?

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