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"It's Marian Webster's word of the day for March twenty six. Today's word is cocked spell D E C O C T decoctions averred that means to extract the flavor of by boiling, it can also mean to boil down or concentrate. Here's the word used in a sentence from the gourmet traveller by Lee TRAN lamb, the cooking liquor. He decoctions from roasted red peppers gives surprising own to roasted rice puree and Royal red potato the word Dukakis boils down to a simple, Latin origin, the word decor. A with day meaning down or away and co Qurei meaning to cook. Or to ripen decoction itself is somewhat rare. It's related noun decoction, which refers to either an extract obtained by decoction or the act or process of decoding is slightly more common, but still much less recognizable than some other. Members of the Cawkwell a family. Among gastronomical words, like biscuit, Biscardi cook and kitchen other query descendants include concoct meaning to prepare by combining raw materials or to devise or fabricate concoction, meaning something concocted and precocious meaning exceptionally early in development or occurrence or exhibiting mature qualities at an unusually early age with your word of the day. I'm Peter Sokolow scheme. Visit Marian Webster dot com today for definitions wordplay and trending word look ups."