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  • IE A word that has "a" at the start followed by another word---know what I mean?

    November 10, 2007

  • Like agape, athwart, award?

    What would the term be for abandon? awordword?

    November 10, 2007

  • The concept extends, though not without complications. For instance, bland and bother could be classified as bwords.

    But a strait is not a sword.

    November 10, 2007

  • Indeed...

    November 10, 2007

  • Ouch. My head.

    November 11, 2007