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asunder

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for August 29, 2020 is: asunder • uh-SUN-der  • adverb or adjective 1 : into parts 2 : apart from each other Examples: "Though they sip their port in close contiguity, they are poles asunder in their minds and feelings."…
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undertaker

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for August 28, 2020 is: undertaker • UN-der-tay-ker  • noun 1 : one who undertakes : one who takes the risk and management of business : entrepreneur 2 : one whose business is to prepare the dead for burial and…
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kindred

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for August 27, 2020 is: kindred • KIN-drud  • adjective 1 : of a similar nature or character : like 2 : of the same ancestry Examples: "Osterholm over the last few decades has been part of expert panels addressing … infectious zoonotic viruses…
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testimonial

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for August 26, 2020 is: testimonial • tess-tuh-MOH-nee-ul  • noun 1 a : a statement testifying to benefits received b : a character reference : letter of recommendation 2 : an expression of appreciation : tribute 3 : evidence, testimony…
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requite

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for August 25, 2020 is: requite • rih-KWYTE  • verb 1 a : to make return for : repay b : to make retaliation for : avenge 2 : to make suitable return to for a benefit or service or for…
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estival

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for August 24, 2020 is: estival • ESS-tuh-vul  • adjective : of or relating to the summer Examples: "Horror stories are far more estival than autumnal. Before I ever read [Stephen] King, I learned to love being scared at summer…