Friday, October 24, 2014
Do you know what these words mean?
Here are some words from everyday speech that are often used incorrectly.
Literally: means something that really happened.
Regularly: something that happens at fixed pre-planned intervals
Factoid: A fun fact that is wrong
Invariably: Something that never changes
Enormity: The extreme scale of something that is bad or wrong.
Refute: To prove something is wrong
Now here are some others that the author might have meant to use correctly but that spellcheck won’t find for you:
If you need a dictionary to understand what I’m saying, there’s a good one at: www.onelook.com
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