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Elicit derives from the past participle of the Latin verb elicere, formed by combining the prefix e- (meaning 'away') with the verb lacere, meaning 'to entice by charm or attraction.' It is not
The meaning of true strength
"Donald Trump should be filling his Cabinet with the best of the best, but instead is ushering in a parade of sycophants."
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Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - boon - something to be thankful for
Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - ripsnorter - Informal. something or someone remarkably good or exciting.
Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - sycophant - a self-seeking, servile flatterer
DONT MAKE ME ANSWER THAT << Finnian of course :3 I mean he's got super strength but is totally oblivious *much like me*