Think you've never seen this latin word root before? Don't forget that word roots aren't always at the start of the word - often times, they're at the end! So bank-RUPT, dis-RUPT, cor-RUPT all fall into this category! SAT ACT vocabulary vocab study words
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This is a wonderful word with stirring origins. Nothing to do with the utensil you use to stir your tea, spoondrift is derived from the old Scots word ‘spoon’ which meant ‘to run before the wind’ while drift may come from the Old Norse ‘drift’, like snowd
Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - horsefeathers - Slang. rubbish; nonsense; bunk (used to express contemptuous...