elizabeth (rainbow_yarn) wrote in 1word1day,

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So early! Tuesday.

daedal [deed-l]

1. skillful; ingenious.
2. cleverly intricate.

1. artistically skillful or cunning; ingenious


The ancient tribal carvings found in the forest displayed incredibly daedal work, even after hundreds of years of exposure to wind and rain storms.

We learned about Daedalus in my classical mythology class! He made all sorts of things, like mazes and wings and wooden bulls and such. Anyway, I just found out today that I got an A in the class, so this word is my way of celebrating my not flunking the final. Huzzah!
Tags: adjective, d, mythology

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