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kylie_brooks
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Name a word that is alike with the one above it,
First Word:Tree

Good Luck Dancing
kaleem
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Plant
Ambiha Murthy
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What about Abre? though it is French word, it has been using in English for some time.
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Jyrkkä Jätkä
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tobacco
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broom
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story (as in, How many stories/floors does that building have?)
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Fairy (with reference to "Fairy Tale".)
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injury
DarkMoon
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damage

GG, may I ask you the question? Is it better to say harm or damage if I mean an injury in a psychological meaning. My dictionary seems to be ambiguous. Thank you in advance. :)
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Andrea Doria
grammargeek
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DarkMoon wrote:
damage

GG, may I ask you the question? Is it better to say harm or damage if I mean an injury in a psychological meaning. My dictionary seems to be ambiguous. Thank you in advance. :)


I've never really thought about it before, but it probably seems ambiguous in the dictionary because I suppose it is. Someone may be harmed (injured) psychologically, and then the damage has been done. Does that make sense?
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twinsonic wrote:
Andrea Doria


Seinfeld episode in which George loses out on a great apartment to a survivor of the Andrea Doria.
DarkMoon
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grammargeek wrote:
DarkMoon wrote:
damage

GG, may I ask you the question? Is it better to say harm or damage if I mean an injury in a psychological meaning. My dictionary seems to be ambiguous. Thank you in advance. :)


I've never really thought about it before, but it probably seems ambiguous in the dictionary because I suppose it is. Someone may be harmed (injured) psychologically, and then the damage has been done. Does that make sense?


Yes, it does, thank you very much.
grammargeek
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DarkMoon wrote:
grammargeek wrote:
DarkMoon wrote:
damage

GG, may I ask you the question? Is it better to say harm or damage if I mean an injury in a psychological meaning. My dictionary seems to be ambiguous. Thank you in advance. :)


I've never really thought about it before, but it probably seems ambiguous in the dictionary because I suppose it is. Someone may be harmed (injured) psychologically, and then the damage has been done. Does that make sense?


Yes, it does, thank you very much.


You're welcome very much. I wasn't sure if that would clarify things or just make it more confusing.
kaleem
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So, now we start from "Damage".

Damage >> Handicap
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