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‘Answer’, a swear in plain sight — Sentence first

Some familiar words have etymologies right in front of us yet apt to stay hidden. Breakfast breaks a fast: the vowels disguise it effectively. Remorse is ‘biting back’, your conscience gnawing at you. Semicolon is a folk etymology of samey colon, on account of its resemblance to the other mark. OK, I made that one […]

via ‘Answer’, a swear in plain sight — Sentence first

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