The word of the day today is CATTYWAMPUS.
Def: This is a term that you will find in the Midland and Southern United States. It is referring to something that is in disarray, that is askew or something that isn’t directly across from something.
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The Word of the Day is Cattywampus,
This is a word that I didn’t know but I wished we used it in the UK.
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I’m from the Southern US I have been cattywampus on many occasions.
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