When The Viridian Tea Company offered to create a blend of tea especially for The Dilettante, how could we say no? We spoke to founder Kimberly Richardson to discover the inspirations and ingredients that go into a good brew.
Virago is a deliciously potent word. Beautifully sharp and seeped in meaning, it’s etymology reveals how women’s history has been shaped and skewed by language. But where did the virago come from, and why is it no longer part of our common tongue?
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An admirer or lover of the fine arts; popularly, an amateur; especially, one who follows an art or a branch of knowledge, desultorily, or for amusement only.
A note or scribble found in one's own handwriting, the reason or meaning of which you cannot possibly remember.
"He knew he had made the lumblemark, but he certainly couldn't understand the damned thing."