- Existing or being everywhere, especially at the same time; omnipresent: ubiquitous fog; ubiquitous little ants.
- Having or seeming to have the ability to be everywhere at once; omnipresent
the act of defaming; false or unjustified injury of the good reputation of another, as by slander or libel; calumny: She sued the magazine for defamation of character.
Today I am doing research on something and the articles I am reading contains several words which I had to look up to fully understand what I was reading so I am adding them all in today’s Learn One New Word.
Enzyte is a herbal nutritional supplement originally manufactured by Berkeley Premium Nutraceuticals (now Vianda, LLC) of Cincinnati, Ohio. The manufacturer has claimed Enzyte promotes “natural male enhancement”, which is suggestive of a euphemism for penile enlargement. However, its effectiveness has been called into doubt and the claims of the manufacturer have been under scrutiny from various state and federal organizations. Kenneth Goldberg, M.D., medical director of the Male Health Center at Baylor University, says, “It makes no sense medically. There’s no way that increasing blood flow to the penis, as Enzyte claims to do, will actually increase its size.”[read more here]
The word brolic can’t be found in a regular dictionary, need to have a look in an urban dictionary to find it since it’s a slang word.
Tough, muscular, macho, aggressive, very large and possibly crazed
1) Often used to describe somebody who is strong, it holds the most extreme definition of strength and power.
2) Somebody who is strong and workouts is known as a brolic.
3) Can be used as a verb to illustrate physical harm.
* A dedicated folk-style, freestyle, or Greco wrestler is automatically known as a brolic because of the physically demanding schedule they endure.
verb (used with object), -tised, -tis·ing.
1. punish, castigate; whip, beat, flog, spank.
All information comes from Reference.com.
My Conclusion: As far as I gather Chastise is to physically punish. What I don’t understand is how a non-physical thing can be chastised, referring to the 3rd example sentence; “chastised finance”.