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The English language is constantly evolving, both the words we use and the rules that control the usage of those words.  Therefore, it is impossible to ever have a definitive grammar guide, or, if you will, a Complete Guide of American English.  And that’s our excuse.

 

 

Word of the Every So Often

August 17, 2018 

redoubt:  (noun)  stronghold; castle; fortification.  Retreat to the redoubt!

 

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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Word of the Every So Often

trepidation:  (noun)  to oscillate back and forth; undecided.  He trepidated over the meaning of the word, since the noun form had been used as a verb, which you can do with virtually every noun, and visa versa.

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Friday, January 25, 2013

Word of the Every So Often

permeate:  (verb)  to pervade; to spread throughout.  The virus permeated the entire computer network, changing everyone’s email’s into broccoli.

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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Word of the Every So Often

imbue:  (verb) to inspire or permeate with a feeling or quality.  After the sermon, we were imbued with righteousness.

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Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Word of the Every So Often

exonerate:  (verb)  to free from blame, obligation, or responsibility.  She was exonerated once his guilt was exhumed.

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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

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Monday, January 7, 2013

Word of the Every So Often

exhume:  (verb)  to remove from the ground, especially a grave; to bring to light.  Once the grave was finally exhumed, so was his crime.

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