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'I heard he was a thesaurus editor.'
"Mr. Webster and I are, once again, in complete agreement."
Tags:relationship, relationships, relationship issues, relationship problems, marriage, marriages, married life, couple, couples, husband, husbands, wife, wives, spouse, spouses, argument, arguments, arguing, fight, fights, fighting, conflict, conflicts, word, words, meaning, meanings, definition, definitions, dictionary, dictionaries, agree, agreement, agreements, game, games, board game, board games, word game, word games, acceptable, entertainment, leisure, hobby, hobbies, vocab, vocabulary
"Excuse me, but was that 'to wit' or 'to woo'?"
Tags:owl, owls, chicken, chickens, animals, animal, bird, birds, talking animals, talking animal, talking bird, talking birds, business, businesses, office, offices, boss, bosses, manager, managers, assistant, assistants, personal assistant, diction, vocab, vocabulary, speech, speeches, terminology, writing, notes, note taking, double check
A tombstone with an inscription reading: "Eugene R. Traskin - 'Literally died'"
Tags:death, dead, died, cemetery, cemeteries, grave, graves, graveyard, graveyards, tombstone, tombstones, headstone, headstones, epitaph, epitaphs, inscription, inscriptions, literally, word, words, vocabulary, misused word, misused words, grammar, english grammar, language, english language, wordplay, word play
"Call it spring cleaning - I threw out all my dictionaries."
"Did you know that 'decimate' means kill just one out of every ten?"
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'His vocabulary is tiny, but effective.'
"Your vocabulary is enlarged."
Tags:lit, literature, literary, literatures, lit major, vocab, vocabulary, words, word, language, languages, brain, brains, smart, smarter, smartness, intelligent, intelligence, brain, brains, x-ray, xray, x ray, scan, scans, scanned, medical, doctor, doctors, consultant, consultants, surgery, surgeon, skull, skulls, exam, examination, appointment, word, words, play on words, word play
"Qu'est-ce que c'est?"Title: FRENCH FOR BANKERS.
Tags:french, learning french, french language, language, languages, foreign language, foreign languages, learning a foreign language, language class, languages classes, language lesson, language lessons, french class, french classes, french lesson, french lessons, french teacher, french teachers, education, teacher, teachers, lesson, lesson, class, classes, classroom, classrooms, qu'est-ce que c'est, bank, banks, baking, banker, bankers, money, argent, l'argent, vocabulary, international, what is this, international trade, international banking
Tags:wealth, rich person, rich people, the one percent, the 1 percent, wealth divide, wealth gap, poor people, newly rich, the newly rich, new money, just about managing, working class, no money, vocab, vocabulary, new vocab, new vocabulary, privilege, privileges, class divide, perspectives, different perspectives, mega rich, the mega rich, inverse snob, inverse snobbery
'How do you explain these terrible verbal SAT scores?'
'He's a man of few works. He likes to talk, he just has a limited vocabulary.'
'And it's not just me...Ms. Anthrope doesn't seem to like anyone.'
'I've been trying to think of a word for two weeks.'
'Word up homey!'
'I can't find the words to express my anger with you.' - 'She needs a dictionary.'
'My teacher said the school has tough new standards and I need to improve my vocabulary. What's 'Vocabulary'?'
'What does the word ‘Face' mean in this sentence: 'He was only trying to save face.' A) The front of the head. B)To look at something. C) The surface of a solid. D) Dignity.
Girl to boy: 'My vocabulary is bigger than your vocabulary!'
"Learned counsel should use shorter words. Learned counsel is forgetting that this Court was not an 'A' student."
Tags:court, courts, courtroom, courtrooms, trial, trials, legal system, justice system, law, laws, legal, judge, judges, lawyer, lawyers, counselor, counselors, counsellors, counsellors, attorney, attorneys, solicitor, solicitors, barrister, barristers, legal counsel, education, schooling, literacy, literate, illiterate, illiteracy, student, students, bad student, bad students, studying, big words, intelligence, language, vocab, vocabulary, learned, forgetting, forgot, unprofessional, unqualified
"Sometimes, from time to time, now and again, at times I wish I'd never been given this Thesaurus."
"I'm tardy? Whew! I was afraid I was going to be late for school!"
'I've lost my thesaurus, I can't describe how I feel about it.'
"Anne and Frank exchange vowels"
'There is pressure on your opticpoopular nerve, which is causing a flutter in your isis. This makes your vision blurry when you look through your corn hole.'
Tags:medical, treatment, doctor, doctors, patient, terminology, confusion, vocabulary, vocab, confusing, diagnosis, diagnoses, diagnose, straight talk, optical, optics, optometrist, eye doctor, optical nerve, iris, eye hole, socket, eyehole, eye-hole, eye-holes, eye doctors, optometrist, optometrists, jargon, medical jargon