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Dictionary.com 3h
A contranym is a word that can be its own antonym. E.g. Lease can mean to rent out property (as a landlord) or to rent property (as a tenant).
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Dictionary.com 4h
Words are powerful.
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Dictionary.com 4h
Favorite. A person or thing popular with the public.
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Husbands, partners, spouses, companions, and mates would have to muddle through.
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Dictionary.com 6h
Orry-say, ut-bay ot-nay oday-tay.
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Today's Word of the Day is macaronic. Read the full definition here:
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Dictionary.com 14h
President Lincoln used one big word twice in his
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Dictionary.com 16h
There's nothing to it.
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Dictionary.com Nov 18
A levator is a muscle that raises a part of the body. An elevator is a mechanical device that raises whole bodies.
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Dictionary.com Nov 18
Struggling through a first draft?
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Dictionary.com Nov 18
To be toast is slang for "to be doomed, ruined, or in trouble."
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Dictionary.com Nov 18
Do you use "a" correctly? How about "an"?
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Dictionary.com Nov 18
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Dictionary.com Nov 18
We hear commas, a mark of punctuation used for indicating a division in a sentence, matter.
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Dictionary.com Nov 18
Table: An article of furniture consisting of a flat, slablike top supported on one or more legs or other supports. Counter: A surface for the preparation of food in a kitchen, especially on a low cabinet.
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Dictionary.com Nov 18
Today's Word of the Day is nonbook. Read the full definition here:
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Dictionary.com Nov 18
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Dictionary.com Nov 17
Be careful with your words.
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