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Wordplay and fun 06/28/17 02:52 PMDEPOSE PRONUNCIATION: (di-POHZ) MEANING: verb tr.: 1. To remove from a high office or throne suddenly and forcefully. 2. To examine under oath. verb intr.: To give testimony. ETYMOLOGY: From Old French deposer, from Latin deponere (to testify, to put down), from de- + po...
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Wordplay and fun 06/27/17 01:40 PMPRO SE PRONUNCIATION: (pro say) MEANING: adjective, adverb: On one’s own behalf (i.e., representing oneself in a court, without a lawyer). ETYMOLOGY: From Latin pro (for) + se (himself, herself, itself, themselves). Earliest documented use: 1861. _______________________...
Wordplay and fun 06/27/17 12:21 AMARRAIGN PRONUNCIATION: (uh-RAYN) MEANING: verb tr.: 1. To call or bring a defendant before a court to hear and answer a criminal charge. 2. To criticize, accuse, or censure. ETYMOLOGY: From Old French araisnier, from Latin rationare (to talk, to reason), from ratio (reaso...
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Wordplay and fun 06/23/17 07:18 PMRUBBERNECK PRONUNCIATION: (RUHB-uhr-nek) MEANING: verb tr., intr.: To look or stare with undue curiosity. noun: A person who stares in such a way. ETYMOLOGY: From the idea of twisting one’s neck to stare at someone or something. Earliest documented use: 1892. NOTES: T...
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Wordplay and fun 06/23/17 02:03 AMREPUGN PRONUNCIATION: (ri-PYOON) MEANING: verb tr., intr.: To oppose, resist, or fight. ETYMOLOGY: From Old French repugner, from Latin repugnare, from re- (again) + pugnare (to fight), from pugnus (fist). Ultimately from the Indo-European root peuk- (to prick) which is a...
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