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Merriam-Webster 9h
Good morning! Today's is 'inexorable'
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Dictionary.com 9h
Happy birthday William Shakespeare! Our is bardolatry! To thine own word-loving self be true:
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7 Generation Games 2m
Ready to become ? Great! Here's another "Word of the Day"!
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Rekhta Apr 21
Do you know the plural of "jaziira"? Comment.
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Havergal College 26m
Adversary (noun): One that contends with, opposes, or resists; an enemy or opponent.
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Dictionary.com 5h
William Shakespeare lovers, this is for you.
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Kathleen Suneja 11m
New "PRESENT" "Be present in each moment to create self-consciousness." Download the app to view more. Available at
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OiRuby 13m
WOD: Rectify. After a dessert splurge over the weekend, I need to rectify my sugar intake.
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Vocabulary.com Apr 18
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ColleenLovesWords Apr 22
Yesterday’s word of the day was: Gormless “She loves her child despite of, or perhaps because of his gormless innocence.”
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Jeff - Loconeko Apr 17
So we've talked about what you all like to drink... The is SNACK! What do you munch on while you write? Chips? Vedgies? Cookies? Candies? I love chips (all kinds) and gummies (all kinds)!
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Rekhta Apr 18
mumtaz : distinguished / eminent
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CrackerBarrelCheese 2h
What one word describes you best?
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