Furciferous ? ? ? Bill O’Reilly’s words of the day

Furciferous ? ? ? Bill O’Reilly’s words of the day

Los Angeles : CA : USA | Jan 24, 2011 at 10:52 PM PST
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What is the meaning of the word ‘Furciferous’? You don’t know, eh? Furciferous was Word of the Day on the show of Bill O’Reilly tonight. When Bill O’Reilly came up with Furciferous was word of the day, it left people scratching their heads.

According to the freedictionary.com Furciferous means ‘Rascally or ‘Scandalous.’ Bill O’Reilly’s website states that Furciferous means scandalous, dishonorable or contemptible.

Bill O’Reilly also instructed people how to email him. It should be noted that some famous words of Bill O’Reilly include Bellicose: hostile, warlike, Jabberwocky: nonsensical and Mooncalf: foolish person.

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