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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
monosyllabic (mon-uh-si-LAB-ik) adjective
1. Having only one syllable.
2. Characterized by or consisting of monosyllables.
[From Late Latin monosyllabon, from Greek monosullabon : mono-, mono- + sullabe, syllable.]
"A number of people, friends of friends of his, had said that he was
tough to talk to and uncomfortable with strangers. `He can be positively
monosyllabic,' one person told me."
Why does the word monosyllabic have five syllables?
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