Lately, I have been feeling lost in my choice of words. Often, I want to express that something is good or fun, but I feel like neither is the correct choice of word. I just want a different, fresh word to use. I finally found the alternative.

Hello and welcome to Word of the Week! Here I inform you about a word that I believe is not used enough and how you can use it in a sentence.

The word of this week is:


Nifty: ‘Nifty’ is an adjective. Nifty means: neat, or great, or fun. Or in the words of the Cambridge Dictionary: “good, pleasing, or effective.”

Example sentences:

- “It’s a nifty little Mormon trick” (Turn it off, from Book of Mormon)

- The Mona Lisa is a nifty piece of art!

- I find the word nifty to be quite nifty.