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Today's word is eminently, spelled E-M-I-N-E-N-T-L-Y.

Eminently is an adverb that means to a high degree, very. Here is the word used in a sentence from LancasterOnline by Tim Buckwalter.



"… in the interest of exercise and getting to know my town a little better, my New Year's resolution was this: Walk every block of this eminently walkable little city in 2016."

When British physician Tobias Venner wrote in 1620 of houses "somewhat eminently situated," he used eminently in a way that now seems unusual. Venner meant that the houses were literally located in a high place, but that lofty use of eminently has since slipped into obsolescence. The term also formerly had the meaning "conspicuously," a use that reflects its Latin root, eminēre, which means "to stand out." That meaning, like the elevated one, is now obsolete. The figurative sense that is still prominent today also began appearing in English texts in the 1600s.

With your Word of the Day, I'm Peter Sokolowski.

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Today’s word is eminently, spelled e-m-i-n-e-n-t-l-y. Eminently is an adverb that means to a high degree, very. Here is the word used in the sentence from Langcaster online by Tim Bod Walter. In the interesting exercise by getting know my town a little better, my new year resolution was this: walk every blog of this eminently walkable little city in 2016. When British physician Venner wrote in 1620 of houses, somewhat eminently situated. He used “eminently” in a way that now seems unusual. Venner mean that the houses where were literally located in a high place, but that lofty use of eminently have slipped into off lesson
The terms also formally have the meaning “conspicuously”, which are used to reflect its’ Latin root “eminere”, which means “to stand out”. That meaning let the elevating one is now X. The figurative sense that still prominent today also began appearing in English texts in the mid 1600. With you the word of the Day, I’m Peter Sokolowski.
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