A favourite word of mine – CODDLE

Not cuddle but coddle. That’s one of my favourite words in English. I do this with other languages, too. It might not be an important word but I just like the sound of it. Coddle is such a word. If you’re learning English, you can live without it. Even if you’re a native speaker, you might never use it.

As a motivational teacher, I should encourage you to look the word up in an English dictionary (not a translator!). Today, though, I am feeling the Christmas spirit so I will go right ahead and show you the meaning.

Have you got a favourite word in English? And in your language? Please share using the comments box at the end of the page.

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