January 20 2018

Merriam-Webster’s Word Of The Day: Bespoke

Bespoke is defined as follows: “(1) Custom-made. (2) Dealing in or producing custom-made articles.”


OPTION #1: bespoke= BE/SPO*EK
OPTION #2: bespoke= BAOE/SPO*EK

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Posted January 20, 2018 by Elsie Villega in category "Briefs", "Vocabulary


  1. By Janice Del Rio on

    I was hoping someone could help me. I am transcribing notes from a court reporter who was let go from our county and refused to produce any more transcripts for us. I am stuck on a word. I will give you some context:

    “This particular county has placed several other individuals similar to Mr. Smith before, and that is the reason why he is confident they’re able to work local HRA E PB T on this.”

    MR. LIM: Yeah, the local HRA E PB T is well aware of the program as well as they have a specific D.A……

    Any ideas? It’s the HRA E PB T word I can’t figure out. I am assuming the HR O L before it is local.


    1. By Elsie (Post author) on

      I, personally, have “LAENT” defined as “latent.” However, some reporters use it for “appellant.” I’m not sure if “appellant” would work for you. Let me know if it does or doesn’t. I’ll keep brain storming for you if it doesn’t.


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