The Word Of this Week,
doesn’t exist, even though I found it in an A to Z Challenge. There’s all too much of this sort of thing going on out there in Bloggerland, even among the better spoken written.
Despite filling the ‘K’ slot in her alphabet challenge, the word should be cahoot. They’re very sociable little creatures that get lonely quite easily, so you almost always see two or more cahoots together, getting into mischief.
- US partnership; league (esp. in the phrases go in cahoots with, go cahoot )
- in cahoots in collusion
Word Origin and History for cahoots
1829, American English, of unknown origin; said to be perhaps from French cahute “cabin, hut” (12c.), but U.S. sources credit it to French cohorte (see cohort), a word said to have been in use in the U.S. South and West with a sense of “companions, confederates.”
I met a lady online that I wanted to get in cahoots with, so I sexted her a picture of my privates. She said it must be a private; it wasn’t big enough to be a Corporal, much less a General. Oh well, back to looking for odd/interesting words. 😆