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Sunday Word: Godwottery

God·wot·ter·y (gɒdˈwɒt(ə)ri):
origin: from the line- "A garden is a lovesome thing, God wot!", by T. E. Brown's My Garden (1876)

An affected quality of archaism, excessive fussiness, and sentimentality (in gardens or speech).

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