noun: The branch of chemistry dealing with fermentation, as brewing.
From Greek zym- (ferment) + -urgy (work). Earliest documented use: 1868.
While zymurgy’s day job is raising spirits, it also moonlights as the last word in a dictionary. Some dictionaries have employed other, more accomplished, words for the job. Aardvark serves on the opposite end.
"Zymurgy’s reek was everywhere."Ceylon L. Barclay; Red Rum Punch; Cross Cultural Publications; 1994.
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That is not silly at all! I am really touched and extremely honored. I understand life is hard, especially at your age, it’s the time to try new things. But be careful. Although the internet is great in some ways, beware it can be a very scary and mean places. I just wanted you to know that your old tumblr name could of really offend some people.
But truly, thank you for your kind words. But trust me - I am still trying to figure out my life out as well haha! I am really touched that you think of me as a role model. I hold that as the highest compliment.
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