Saturday, September 20, 2008


Today's word is quiddity again read in the New York Times Book Review.

It has two definitions and the second definition fits the context in which I read it.

quiddity noun 1 the essential quality of a thing
2 a trifling distinction, quibble
from Middle Latin quidditas from Latin quid what, neuter of quis who

My sentence: Your quiddity about the sauce not being truly French cuisine didn't seem to hamper your enjoyment of it.

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