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Some word history this week: Exception that proves the rule Bespoke Jungle Hazy Visit my websites via the links at the top of this page.
I must say, this one hadn’t struck me as a need. But there is room for all sorts, and you never know what a good list can lead to. So here are 200 words for hands. Visit my websites via the … Continue reading
It is a word that is around a lot at the moment. Why do we call a group of ministers or government officials a cabinet? Visit my websites via the links at the top of this page.
When you were at primary school, did you have a list of banned words? I suspect it is a common teaching technique, and my bet is that “good” is on most of them. This list will help you to use … Continue reading
Today’s post is a mixture. Some of these 33 commonly misunderstood words and phrases are regular stars of these sorts of articles, like the difference between lie and lay. Others are new to me, and while I can see how things can … Continue reading
I’m not a coffee drinker, but it is hard to ignore the range of words involved in the simple act of buying one these days. Here is the background to some of those words. Visit my websites via the links … Continue reading
There are some really exotic words in this post. Unfortunately, the impact will have gone by the time you finish explaining most of them. Anyway, here are 24 profoundly beautiful words describe landscapes and nature. Visit my websites via the links … Continue reading
You can see why this might be controversial, can’t you? So is it hairbrained or harebrained? For what it’s worth, Word thinks it is hare-brained. Visit my websites via the links at the top of this page.
A bit of background to debt. Just in case you need it. Visit my websites via the links at the top of this page.