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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
This week, no l. What does that mean? In this week’s words, we say hello to every letter of the alphabet, but no L.
Could you come up with another word like this using a letter of the alphabet? Noay, nobee, nosee ... What would such a word mean? Share below or email us at email@example.com.
What does a playwright do when he sees a snow globe?
He shake sphere.
adjective: Askew; mixed-up; confused.
From skew, from Old Northern French eskiuwer, Old French eschiver (to escape or avoid) + agee/ajee (awry). Earliest documented use: 1890.
“I remember it was all skewgee the day he went away and I straightened it for him.”
Ernest Buckler; The Cruelest Month; McClelland & Stewart; 1963.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:If we would have new knowledge, we must get us a whole world of new questions. -Susanne Langer, philosopher (20 Dec 1895-1985)