Hearts Through History Romance Writers

Word of the Week: Chinwag

I love WordGenius’ Word of the Day and often try to use them in something I’m writing as a challenge to myself.  This one has appropriate connotations for us historical authors!



Part of Speech: noun

Origin: British English, late 19th Century

Definition: A chat

Usage in a sentence:

“I love having a chinwag with my friends and catching up on all the latest gossip.”

“Ursula looked forward to her weekly chinwag with the baker.”

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