Weird Words Part 2 – Resarciate

I’ll try and keep these words as weird, different, unrelated and unexpected as possible. Its been on my mind since this idea went live (31 minutes ago 🤣).

My second word relates to relationships and trying to mate things right.


Resarciate meaning on – A transitive verb that means to make amends for something, such as apologizing after saying something hurtful to a loved one.

Steph’s thoughts – I had to do a bit of research on this one because once I found it, it didn’t seem to exist in many of the usual places. Oxford English Dictionary, Collins and even Wikipedia are ignoring ‘resarciate’ like in just farted in an elevator.

Why? I have no idea.

For the word itself I have a couple of thoughts. We all make mistakes, we all argue, sometimes we even hurt each other and then we all have problems finding the right words to say to put things back and apologise for our part of the mess.

Next time you need to put things straight, do so knowing that you are using ‘resarciate’ effectively. I guess you’ll be resarciating?! That’s a stretch in my part, but you get what I’m saying.

I resarciate.

I’m sorry.

Published by stephc2021

Hi! I'm Steph, an amateur writer and illustrator specialising in Mental Health and being a self-confessed Spoonie. My website is home to any successful fiction I create, with stories that have won so far covering difficult subjects such as baby loss and mental health in grief as well as some funny and heart-warming tales when I get the inspiration. Every drawing and picture on my website was created by me. I spend a lot of time coming up with illustrations to accompany all of my posts and pages. I try to create original content across all of my channels, whether I'm writing about my own fiction or just generally musing on mental health or my own issues. I want to be part of the change because I believe the understanding of MH in the UK is getting better, but has a very long way to go. By being honest about my own struggles and symptoms I think others will relate and hopefully it will encourage them to talk to someone and get the help and support they need. Long term my goal is to help children too, help them understand their own mental health and how to help with the mental health of those around them. I live in the UK with my partner, daughter and dog, I swear frequently and I adore a well made, traditional, gooey, chocolatey, delicious brownie.

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