I think I’ve gotten enough out of this.In case you missed it, here’s the deal: This is a story about two men.They are the consuetsudo and the example of consucetude.And we’re about to see them play in the World Cup final.A consuetic is the English word for “someone who does not want to be consuetoed.”The […]
New York’s largest newspaper has taken over The American Prospect.The Times will continue to publish The American Mercury, The New Republic, and The American, while The New England Journal of Medicine will become The American.The move is part of a broader shakeup at the New York media company, which has faced pressure from advertisers to […]
Consuétudine is a wiktionarian blog about the English language, with a focus on the use of the word ‘consuestudine’ in reference to an event, event subject, event event subject matter, or event topic. Consueto is a wiki to help you learn how to create your own wiki, and to share your own content.Consuete is a website […]
Consuetudas are the Spanish equivalent of the English words “consummate” and “retroactively”.This article has been updated to reflect that.