Your Word of the Week: Grig

Because life is short, this week we bring you a word that has three meanings, all of them fun.

grig (n.) – 1. A lively, energetic person. 2. A hen with short legs. 3. A baby eel.

Usage: Old MacDonald had all three kinds of grig on his farm, but he wasn’t sure what all their sounds should be, so they never appeared in the song.

Use this fantastic word in a sentence this week, once for each meaning! Tell us what happens. And as always, listen to xersradio.com each Thursday at about 5 to 7 pm, Central time, and be the first to know your next Word of the Week! (The WOTW usually appears at around 6.)

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