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germanwordsthatsit · 4 days ago
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Zwecklos - futile/pointless
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germanwordsthatsit · 4 days ago
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Schnell - fast
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germanwordsthatsit · 4 days ago
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Undunkbar - ungrateful
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germanwordsthatsit · 4 days ago
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Gemütlich - cozy
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germanwordsthatsit · 5 days ago
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Richtiger - correct, more correct, proper
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germanwordsthatsit · 5 days ago
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Lustig - funny
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germanwordsthatsit · 5 days ago
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Glücklich - happy
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thebeautifulwordlist · 8 days ago
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Monophagous
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[ muh-nof-uh-guhs ]
1. feeding on only one kind of food.
Origin: First recorded in 1865–70; mono- + -phagous
“A well-known example of a specialist animal is the Monophagous koala, which subsists almost entirely on eucalyptus leaves.” —Generalist and specialist species  
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fafurobinson · 10 days ago
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Let's sort the ordinal number of this exercise!
Example:
4 a. often 3 b. never 2 c. always 5 d. normally 1 e. sometimes
by Fafu Robinson
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Watch "Far, Much, A lot, A bit, A little used before Comparative Form I English Grammar I Parts of Speech" on YouTube
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thebeautifulwordlist · 19 days ago
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Nocuous
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[ nok-yoo-uhs ]
1. likely to cause damage or injury; harmful; noxious.
Origin: First recorded in 1625–35; <Latin nocuus “harmful, injurious,” equivalent to noc(ēre) “to harm, hurt” + -uus adjective suffix
"Late summer means giving way to fall's colors. But one color that doesn't make everyone's favorite list is a layer of bright green floating on top of your favorite creek, river, pond or lake. These rafts of green material can be innocuous in some cases, and quite nocuous in others." — John Ferro, The Poughkeepsie Journal, 24 Sept. 2015
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fionasdictionary · 21 days ago
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ne·far·i·ous
/nəˈferēəs/
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(typically of an action or activity) wicked or criminal.
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fionasdictionary · 21 days ago
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er·u·dite
/ˈer(y)əˌdīt/
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having or showing great knowledge or learning.
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