As the years pass, language evolves. In fact, many of the words we use today— like “bedazzled” and “addiction” — were invented by William Shakespeare.
But on the flip side, some fantastic Old English vocabulary has dropped out of everyday conversation.
Read below to see a list of the best words that need reviving.
1. Grubbling (v)
Definition: “Like groping, except less organised. Usually refers to pockets, but can also be used for feeling around in desk drawers that are filled with nicknacks and whatnot.”
Example: He was grubbling around in his pocket to find his car keys.
2. Snollygoster (n)
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