Word of the Day – Subjugate

sub·ju·gate
/ˈsəbjəˌgāt/
verb
1. to bring under domination or control, especially by conquest.
– to make someone or something subordinate to.
 
The ruler subjugated his subjects and sometimes they were subject to severe sadness. 
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Word of the Day – Quiescent

qui·es·cent
kwēˈesnt,kwī-/
adjective 
1. in a state or period of inactivity or dormancy.
I am procrastinating sleep and I’m tired so my brain has entered a state of quiescence. Thus I cannot think of a funny or witty way to put this word into a sentence. 

Word of the Day: Audacious

au·da·cious

/ôˈdāSHəs/

adjective 

1. showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks

“The prince’s audacious plan to save the princess included crossing the deathly forest and killing the dragon.

2. showing an impudent lack of respect

“The driver had the audacity to ask the police man if he wanted a doughnut with his coffee.”