From these two loss words of "woe + dolor" I created these words for "loss":-
What words can you create from the above two words to replace the word "loss"?
Literally the word loss is "Verlust" in my language. But what "loss" sounds like in German is: loslassen. This means release sb/sth or let loose, let go, leave go... I think that's the real meaning of loss and a great way to replace "loss".
by puppascott 9 years ago
I have a pet peeve about the word "libary" and "irregardless." Is anyone else moved to great emotion when someone else misuses the english language?
by The Examiner-1 4 years ago
If you felt that you needed a word, would you take it upon yourself to create it?Would you feel like it was a problem, or like it was wrong, to create a word yourself? Or would you feel as if it was too much of a bother to do it and just wait for it to be created? Or would you do it some other way?
by Francescad 6 years ago
Does Title Tuner literally add all the words it suggests to your existing title if you click update?
by jak2009 2 years ago
Is the word rapture literally mentioned in the Bible?The English definiton of rapture does not in way go close the meanings the discussion on rapture in this hub. Can someone point to the exact word 'rapture' and tell us the refereence and the version of the Bible.
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