Last week I dove into my inner British grandma with “dandy”. This week I would like to visit my inner grumpy grandpa who thinks his grandkids are up to something.
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:
Shenanigans: “Shenanigans” is a noun. It means: doing something mischievous, being silly.
- “If you don’t quit your shenanigans right now, you will not get dessert tonight!”
- The teacher didn’t want to teach a certain class, because they were well known for their constant shenanigans.
- The kids got into trouble for pulling shenanigans at the wrong time.