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“I am now ept at using the word ept because I wrote a sentence using the word ept.”
“I am now inept at using the word ept because I wrote a sentencing using the word ept.”
“Are they the unit that has dominated the inept offenses this year, or the one that has been dominated by "ept" units?”
“(Proof of this being the fact that if you Google "ept" you will find pregnancy tests offered to you.)”
“Dictionary. com doesn't even have the word "ept" listed on its website.”
“Romola Garai was perfectly ept as the sharp female producer in times when that was a British Remarkable, and Dominic West equally so as the hidden-shallows hunk of a newsreader, though the onscreen chemistry between these two, if that's what it's meant to be, isn't yet there.”
“I give you props for reading, but you should've ept reading.”
“There were two ways about it, but the chances that someone as flappable as I would be ept enough to become persona grata or a sung hero were slim.”
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“Feel free to chime in about how or why you find yourself mechanically inept or ept.”
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A list of words you more frequently hear used with prefixes than without.
Words that people on Twitter don't think are words.
I wrote a little script that runs every day. It searches the Twitter API for tweets containing the words, "is not a word". Each (non...
Words taken from Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace.
a list of words from the indo european root ar- and variations : to fit together
by Jack Winter
Published 25 July 1994, The New Yorker
It had been a rough day, so when I walked into the party I was very chalant, despite my efforts to appear gruntled and conso...
words usually in a negative form
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