RDP Friday- CREPITATE

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Happy Friday and have I got a fun word for you!

CREPITATE

Crepitate comes from the Latin word crepitare, meaning “to crackle.” It has been used with this meaning since the late 1820s, but it had a previous life: about 200 years prior it was used to mean “to break wind.” Merriam – Webster

Create a post using this prompt. Photos, Artwork, Poetry, Short Story…the options are limitless and then link to this page. Please tag your post “RDP” and “Ragtag Daily Prompt”. Finally, don’t forget to read all the other wonderful posts.

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Anita

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