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.