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“The sword of the Lord, and of Gideon.”
Judges 7:20

Gideon ordered his men to do two things: covering up a torch in an earthen pitcher, he bade them, at an appointed signal, break the pitcher and let the light shine, and then sound with the trumpet, crying, “The sword of the Lord, and of Gideon! 691 more words

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오늘의 어휘


in succession; consecutively

예문 연습: 그 사람은 저를 오해했는데 사과하기는 커녕 연거푸 모욕했어요. 12 more words

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Rejectamenta is a noun meaning things or matters rejected as useless.

There are a lot of websites I can easily disregard as rejectamentas and I think I’m much saner for it.

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Word of the Day: Efficiency

The language we use when we talk about schools– or really about anything political– can be confusing. Terms as basic as “innovation”, “success”, and “learning” represent such different things to different people that it’s pretty much impossible to know what they mean within the context of education. 357 more words


Saturday Word of the Day: Galoot

*Galoot: an awkward, eccentric or foolish person

“Urgh, get out of the way you big galoot, you lummox, you big dolt!”

He blinks at her. His big soft, fiery eyes flickering open and close. 368 more words

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word: inured


Definition: (adjective) Made tough by habitual exposure. Synonyms: hardened Usage: Doctors become inured to death. Discuss.
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Disabuse is a verb meaning to free oneself from a mistaken belief or error.

As Brittany got older, she disabused herself from the notion she was only attractive with make-up on.

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