18 Delightful English Words You Never Learned in School
The author of Wordbirds
went on a word safari through Samuel Johnson's famous 18th-century dictionary to hunt for entries that can help explain those things in life that otherwise leave us speechless.
To lie idle, close or snug. The British lexicographer found this word in a poem by George Herbert. It's a cozy way to conjure that lazy-weekend morning activity of curling up with your partner, kids, cats or just the newspaper.