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garble PRONUNCIATION: (GAHR-buhl) MEANING: verb tr.: To distort a message, document, transmission, etc. noun: An instance of garbling. ETYMOLOGY: Originally the word meant to sift, for example to remove refuse from spices. With time its meani
Q&A about words Re: The male counterpart of distaff by Faldage @ Yesterday at 07:36 PM
Yeah. It's kinda like saying that sungates is the opposite of counterclockwise.
Wordplay and fun - - - -inventory by LukeJavan8 @ Yesterday at 03:45 PM
C > T STOCK
Wordplay and fun Re: sylvester by jenny jenny @ Yesterday at 11:45 AM
Originally Posted By: BazrNo cupie doll this time Jenny J. Thufferin` thuccotash! - Mel Blanc Cartoon quiz: With what letter does Sylvester The Cat begin?
Loanwords from German Re: your face is familiar...... by LukeJavan8 @ Yesterday at 11:23 AM
Clever is only the beginning of what Trom can do.
Q&A about words Re: When an individual represents a group, in speech? by TitoMatito @ 07/29/14 10:14 AM
Yes, I think that must be it, although, so many specific words in English, I wonder if there's not one that's even more precise. Thanks, Faldage!
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