Penchant noun a strong inclination towards, liking for, or habit of doing something, especially something other people might not do “My penchant for instinctively correcting the pronunciations of others, regardless of who they are, has put me in many a sticky situation.” See how WotW originated here.
Diptych noun | dip-(ˌ)tik 1. a two-leaved hinged ancient writing tablet with waxed inner sides 2. a picture of series of pictures painted on two hinged panels 3. a work made up of two matching parts (often used in photography) “Dreamcatcher, the photography series of 12 diptychs, beautifully highlights the contrast between individual's current and childhood … Continue reading WotW: Diptych
Tenacious adjective tending to keep a firm hold of something; clinging or adhering closely “I never thought I'd remember the meanings of these words but they seem to have a tenacious grip on my brain.” See how WotW originated here.
Prudent adjective acting with or showing care and thought for the future "It's that time of year when I feel like all my decisions need to be prudent but I'm stuck here writing blog posts oops" See how WotW originated here.
Perhaps not a dictionary legitimate word, but hey, if urbandictionary recognises it that's good enough for me! See how WotW originated here.