Vaughan’s Vocabulary Webster 042419

By BY DON VAUGHAN,

The word I have in mind and the name of an Irish dramatic author and actor begin with the same four letters. The name is pronounced “BOO-se-ko.” The word is a noun for a type of fabric (pronounced “boo-CLAY”).

You won’t find this second word everywhere, but it means existing or being everywhere, especially at the same time.

 
 
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