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The most meaningful and meaningful English vocabulary Options
seovietvn
Posted: Thursday, December 27, 2018 4:05:20 AM
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Although any language has the most meaningful and meaningful words, words that are only heard can make someone cry or make them smile. Let's find out the best words in English!

Butterfly: Butterfly, pride

Cozy: cozy

Cute: lovely lovely

Renaissance: revival

Sophisticated: sophistication

Lullaby: lullaby, coaxing

Bliss: great joy

Serendipity: chance, luck
Audiendus
Posted: Sunday, March 10, 2019 10:21:24 AM
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Location: London, England, United Kingdom
Cornucopia: horn of plenty

Mellifluous: flowing like honey

Susurration: whispering, rustling, murmuring

Mesembryanthemum: a type of flowering plant

Appoggiatura: a type of musical note

Ophicleide: an old musical instrument
Parpar1836
Posted: Wednesday, March 13, 2019 3:54:46 PM
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Location: Rochester, New York, United States
Melisma: a musical phrase

Emerald: a precious stone, often green

Responsibility: "the ability to respond"

Lilac: the flowering shrub that made Rochester, NY famous

Periwinkle: a "lilac-blue" color (I'm biased; this is one of my faves)

Taffeta: an old-fashioned silky textile, renowned for its rustle

Filigree: a delicate tracery of stone, textile, or metal wirework
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