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  • Is it like a milkshake duck?

    April 12, 2019

  • I would like to include a person’s ideas could be whitlack.

    April 12, 2019

  • I would like to add this word (whitlack) to the English dictionary with the meaning of “something, a person, or situation that appears or is suggested to be good, but is actually bad.” The only similarities that exist are phrases, such as fool’s gold, wolf in sheep’s clothing, and poisoned chalice. These do not fully convey the meaning as this word could. Think of experiences in your life that you could have used this word to convey a message better. Many companies try to sell items that are not what they seem. Politicians sell their ideas and they may not be what you thought. There’s numerous examples that this word could be used!

    April 12, 2019