Word of the Week- Week #15

Hello and welcome!

It’s time for another word of the week (maybe a little past time).

I was actually working on a different word (that is taking longer than I planned) but it’s getting late so I was wishing I could just reuse last week’s post. Couldn’t I just say, “ditto” I thought.

Thus our word of the week is Ditto.

Merriam Webster has four entries for the this word:

Definition of ditto

 (Entry 1 of 4 )1: a thing mentioned previously or above —used to avoid repeating a word —often symbolized by inverted commas or apostrophes 2: a ditto mark

Definition of ditto (Entry 2 of 4)having the same characteristics SIMILAR

Definition of ditto (Entry 3 of 4)as before or aforesaidin the same manner

Definition of ditto (Entry 4 of 4) 1: to repeat the action or statement of 2: to copy (something, such as printed matter) on a duplicator

Now that I think about it I would like to ditto last week’s weather as well.

Thanks for reading 🙂

14 thoughts on “Word of the Week- Week #15

    1. Our cherry tree is blossoming and I’m afraid it’s way to early – More than likely we will have frost or freeze before spring is over so I’m not expecting a bumper crop.
      I’m glad you said that ditto is fun to say – I think so too. 🙂


  1. Ditto is short and sweet and does the job. 🙂 Ditto on last week’s weather would be nice Ruth. We didn’t get any snow here – did you? Just a few sprinkles of rain. Whew – glad I didn’t need to drag out the boots and shovel again (though I’ve not put anything away until next Fall … yet).

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    1. Okay. Our weather did stay nice through the weekend and even early this week. Last week though we slept with the window open a few nights and now we have the furnace on again.
      I hope you have not had dangerous weather – I know some areas were getting tornados.

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      1. Not THAT bad, but close. The dark clouds were on the horizon on Sunday morning but no one expected the winds to pick up in a matter of moments while we were in church. It got pitch black, the power went out, the rain was coming down in sheets.

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