I’m a word nerd. I love using vocabulary words (and yes, I kicked ass on that portion of the SAT) and often try to work a new ones into my daily conversations.
Lucky you, I’m sharing my love of words with you!
Today’s word: CIRCUITOUS
According to the American Heritage Dictionary, circuitous is an adjective meaning “Being or taking a roundabout, lengthy course.”
Example: His storytelling was circuitous. OR We took a circuitous route to get here.
Basically, it’s the opposite of DIRECT.