Which word entered the English language?
Which word meaning strong tidal current entered the English language via the fiction of the French novelist Jules Verne and the American short-story writer Edgar Allan Poe?
I would go with maelstrom as well. And I'm adding this part because HubPages made me.
by Alan 5 years ago
After so many posts in reply to the question of "your" and "you're," I don't have time to look through them all, but it does not seem to me that anyone has put forward the obvious need for having spelling and grammar correct.The English language is very reliant upon context,...
by Venkatachari M 12 months ago
Why are people using more and more confusing and ambiguous words nowadays?I am seeing this trend nowadays very frequently that words get used which can refer to two or more meanings thereby creating confusion among readers.For example, "Tire" instead of Tyre". Tire refers to getting...
by Cathy 6 years ago
Do you have a favorite word in the English Language?For example, mine is facetious because it uses all the vowels.
by skisy 6 years ago
What do you think is the strangest word in the English language?
by Laurel Rogers 6 years ago
I choose 'Elixir'.It rolls off the tongue-gorgeous!
by buckleupdorothy 6 years ago
What is your favorite word or three in the English language?
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