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reesetee commented on the word aword
Ouch. My head.
November 11, 2007
sonofgroucho commented on the word aword
November 10, 2007
sionnach commented on the word aword
The concept extends, though not without complications. For instance, bland and bother could be classified as bwords.But a strait is not a sword.
Like agape, athwart, award?What would the term be for abandon? awordword?
IE A word that has "a" at the start followed by another word---know what I mean?