Amount of texts to »word« 156, and there are 141 texts (90.38%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 127 Characters
Average Rating 9.006 points, 0 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 12th 2000, 06:47:58 wrote
julianne about word
Latest text on Dec 2nd 2014, 10:43:04 wrote
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Mazzy wrote on May 19th 2000, 23:48:50 about

word

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My favourite word in the English language is »language«. However, if you gave me a slightly larger set of words to choose from I might have more difficulty expressing a preference.

The Old Curiosity Shop by Charles Dickens wrote on Aug 11th 2004, 09:26:50 about

word

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Without another word spoken on either side, the lodger took from his great trunk, a kind of temple, shining as of polished silver, and placed it carefully on the table.

Latinist wrote on Jan 7th 2005, 22:36:23 about

word

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The >>Word of the Day<< today over at dictionary.com is >>oblation<<.

>>Oblation<< comes from the past participle form of the Latin verb* >>offerre<< meaning >>to bring<<.

So, an oblation is an offering or a gift.

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* A Latin verb is traditionally cited by giving four forms, in this case: offero, offerre, obtuli, oblatum.

watchfob wrote on Apr 8th 2001, 03:48:24 about

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The best way to discover new words is by reading a book.

gladiola marie wrote on Apr 4th 2001, 06:55:11 about

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I bought one of those Word-A-Day calendars to improve my vocabulary for college.

reify – to regard or treat (an abstraction) as if it had concrete or material existence.

domandologo wrote on Jun 15th 2005, 19:47:45 about

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Words derive their meaning from the surrounding words, just as human beings derive their meaning from interacting with other humans around them.

Joe wrote on Aug 17th 2004, 10:57:40 about

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A word after a word after a word is power.

(Margaret Atwood)

Natasha Jordan wrote on Mar 22nd 2001, 02:07:31 about

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Think how much acceptance Mary showed when she said:

»Let it be done to me according to thy word

Joe wrote on Aug 17th 2004, 09:08:07 about

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»Therefore« is a word the poet must not know.

(Andre Gide)

quotidian wrote on Mar 26th 2001, 17:24:36 about

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There it was, word for word,
The poem that took the place of a mountain.


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 – Wallace Stevens (1879-1955)
 – The Poem That Took the Place of a Mountain [1952], st. I

olim wrote on Mar 21st 2001, 08:27:14 about

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Have you ever noticed that the only difference between »word« and »weird« are the vowels?

Nashota Jordan wrote on Mar 22nd 2001, 02:12:48 about

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on Mar 22nd 2001, 02:07:31, Natasha Jordan wrote the following about

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Think how much acceptance Mary showed when she said:

»Let it be done to me according to thy word

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And how much courage.




KD wrote on Jul 25th 2000, 23:43:55 about

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Rotor is a fine palindrome, thought Frank Leigh Dearie as he ambled down the Lost Highway.

rachel a b wrote on Apr 15th 2000, 01:40:04 about

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The word is powerless yet powerful. The word can be a mere 8 bits, or the flame that burns a city to the ground. Words sting, caress, re-assure, and destruct.

We become wordsmiths innately, learning language before we learn to walk or talk. And still, we continue our development, our love affair with words, until the day we die.

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