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noun

Noun

A noun is a person, place or thing. It is commonly a name, such as, peoples names: Tom, Haley or Mark.


verb

Verb

A word that describes an action. To run, slide or jump are all examples of verbs.


adjective

Adjective

A word naming an attribute of a noun, such as, dark, green, or hard.


origin

Origin

The beginning, start, birthplace or creation are the best way to describe the origin.



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Word Of Day: superbright

Wiktionary

Etymology:

super- +‎ bright

Adjective:

Adjective superbright (comparative more superbright, superlative most superbright) Extremely luminous Modern traffic lights use superbright LEDs.

Reference:

superbright






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