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CleanMan commented on the word tregetour
In the first defininition of this word "prestigiator" should be "prestidigitator". (From Italian "presti" meaning "nimble" and Latin "digitus" meaning "finger".
July 31, 2012
CleanMan commented on the word ambipedal
Ambipedal means having the ability to use both feet equally well. For example an ambipedal player can control and kick the ball equally well with either foot.
June 30, 2012
CleanMan commented on the word AAD
One of the meanings of AAD given in the list of examples is "Advance Air Defense". Why is this not one of the definitions?
October 18, 2011
CleanMan commented on the word yak
Don't encourage them, Bilby. I wouldn't put it past them. I've come across some careless errors in my time here. But I've pointed them out, so hopefully they can be removed.
October 15, 2011
CleanMan commented on the word aad
If this word is meant to mean "old", then there are a few examples that don't seem to fit. Number 2, I think, is a misprint of "and". In Number 6 the first "aad" is obviously joined on to the preceding C, to make the word "caad", which in this example is a variation of "cold". Number 7, 8, 9 and 10 all look like a misprint for "and". I haven't checked any more examples yet. I dread to think what I'll find. It seems someone has just been looking for "aad" without checking its suitability
CleanMan commented on the word babyroussa
Found in Noah Webster's 1828 Dictionary.
CleanMan commented on the word AAA
AAA stands for Amateur Athletic Association. The AAA (now the Amateur Athletic Association of England) is the oldest national governing body for athletics in the world. It was established on the 24th of April 1880. It is sometimes known as the "three As"
June 20, 2009
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