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#2726 2020-03-18 00:05:31

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Re: English language puzzles

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#3477. What does the noun electromagnetism mean?

#3478. What does the adjective electromotive mean?


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#2727 2020-03-20 00:06:13

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#3479. What does the adjective electrostatic (Electricity) mean?

#3480. What does the noun elegy mean?


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#2728 2020-03-22 00:06:26

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#3481. What does the adjective elephantine mean?

#3482. What does the adjective elfin mean?


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#2729 2020-03-24 00:07:12

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#3483. What does the verb (used with object) elide mean?

#3484. What does the adjective elite mean?


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#2730 2020-03-26 00:06:24

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#3485. What does the noun elixir mean?

#3486. What does the noun elocution mean?


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#2731 2020-03-28 00:05:37

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#3487. What does the verb (used with object) elongate mean?

#3488. What does the verb (used without object) elope mean?


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#2732 2020-03-30 00:04:30

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#3489. What does the adjective eloquent mean?

#3490. What does the verb (used without object) elucidate mean?


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#2733 2020-04-01 00:07:52

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#3491. What does the verb (used with object) elude mean?

#3492. What does the verb (used with object) emaciate mean?


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#2734 2020-04-03 00:04:23

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#3493. What does the verb (used with object) emanate mean?

#3494. What does the verb (used with object) emancipate mean?


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#2735 Yesterday 00:02:38

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#3495. What does the verb (used with object) emasculate mean?

#3496. What does the verb (used with object) embalm mean?


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#2736 Today 00:02:00

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#3497. What does the noun embankment mean?

#3498. What does the noun embargo mean?


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