This week’s words from A.Word. A. Day feature selections that sound as if they might be tied to the candidates in the presidential election here in the U.S.–but actually have no connection.
I loved this one:
obombulate: (verb) to walk about. From the Latin, ob- (to) + ambulare (to walk). Earliest documented use: 1614.
Oh, I do enjoy watching Mr. Armitage and his various ChaRActers doing a bit of obombulating, don’t you?
Watching Richard Armitage obombulate with those long, long legs, those slinky hips and the Derriere of Delight can be downright discombobulating (throwing one into a state of confusion).
If you could obambulate with Mr. Armitage or one of his characters, when and where you choose to do it?