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Freak Meaning In English

The word ‘said’ is dead…

The word ‘said’ is dead… admitted declared announced confessed uttered questioned queried told proposed corrected advised recommended suggested apologized acknowledged divulged conceded offered retorted rebuked chided reprimanded scolded pointed out

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28 Underused Words You Really Need To Start Using

From absquatulate to vituperative, via <a href="" target="_blank">Word Warriors</a>.

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23 Perfect Words For Emotions You Never Realised Anyone Else Felt

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Cool. But also, Enochian is a different language, meaning that the letters and words don't directly translate from English. If you just substitute Enochian letters for English ones, you're writing gibberish.

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21 Times Tumblr Proved English Is The Worst Language Ever

When they discovered English words can be very misleading. I am English and I love the language. I know that there are probably more irregular verbs than regular but it's these little nuances which make it... ours.

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As I learn to run a business, I freak out sometimes over money stuff, as most of us humans do. And by “freak out” I mean my heart races, an impending sense of doom descends over my existence, and my mouth fills with dry, bitter, withering regret at having majored in English. So I’m always on the [&hellip