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The Word of the Day for August 20th is “contemn”, spelled “C-O-N-T-E-M-N.”

“Contemn” is a verb that means “to view or treat with contempt, to scorn.” Here’s the word used in a sentence.

“Jacob believes that any rational scientist must contemn theories of magic and the supernatural.”

“Contemn” is derived from the Latin verb “contemnere,” a word formed by combining “con-” and “temnere,” meaning “to despise.” Surprisingly, our verb may have come within a hair’s breadth of being spelled “contempn.” The Middle French word “contempner” arrived in Middle English as “contempnen,” but that extra “p” disappeared, leaving us with “contemn.” You may be wondering about the connection between “contemn” and “contempt,” and not surprisingly, they are related. “Contempt” comes from the Latin word “contemptus,” which comes from “contemnere.” “Contemn” first turned up in print in the 15th century in English; “contempt” dates from the 14th century.

 

With your Word of the Day for Thursday, August 20th, I’m Peter Sokolowski.

 

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The Word of the Day for August 20th is “contemn”, spelled c-o-n-t-e-m-n.
“Contemn” is a verb that means to view or treat with contempt to scorn. Here is the word used in a sentence:
Jacob believes that any rational scientist must contemn theories of magic and super natural.

Contemn derives from the Latin verb “contemnery”, a word formed by combining “con”, c-o-n, and “temnery”, meaning to despise. Surprisingly, our verb may have come within a hair’s breath of being spelled c-o-n-t-e-m-p-n.
The middle French word “contempney” arrived in Middle English as “contempnen”, but that extra “p” disappeared, leaving us with “contemn”. You may be wondering about the connection between “contemn” and “contempt”, and not surprisingly, they’re related.
“Contempt” comes from the Latin word “contemptus”, which comes from “contemnery”. “Contemn” first turned up in prints in the 15th century in English. “Comtempt” dates from the 14th century.

With your Word of the Day for Thursday August 20th, I’m Peter Sokolowski.
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The word of the day for August 20th is contemn, spelled C-O-N-T-E-M-N.
Contemn is a verb that means to view or treat with contempt, to scorn. Here's the word used in the sentence. Jackle believes that any rational scientist must contemn series of magic and the supernatural.  
Contemn is derived from the Latin word "contemnere", a word formed by combining con C-O-N and temnere, meaning to despise. Surprisingly our verb may have come within a hair's breath of being spelled contempn. The middle French word contonpene? arrived in middle English as contempn, but the extra P disappeared, leaving us contemn. You may be wonder about the connection between contemn and contempt, and not surprisingly, they are related. Contempt comes from the Latin word "comtemptus" which come from "contemnere". Contemn first turned up in print in the 15th century in English. Contempt dates from the 14th century.
With your word of the day for Thursday, August 20th, Im Peter Scoloski.
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Homework
The word of the day for August 20th is contemn, spelled C, O, N, T, E, M, N. Contemn is a verb to review or treat with contempt, to scorn.
Here is the word used in the sentence: Jacob believed any rational scientist must contemn theories of magic and the supernatural.
Contemn is derived from the Latin verb “contemnary”, a word formed by combining con, “C O N”, and tenary meaning to despise. Surprisingly, our verb may have come within a hero’s breath of being spelled “C O N T E M P N”. The middle French word “contompne” arrives in middle English as “contempn”. But that extra “P” disappeared leaving us with “contemn”.
You may wondering about the connection between “contemn” and “contempt”. And not surprisingly they are related. Contempt comes from the Latin word “contemtus” which comes from “contemnary”.
Contemn first turned up in print in the 15 century in English. Contempt dates from the 14 century.
With your word of the day for Thursday August 20th, I’m Peter Sokolowsky.
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[Homework]2009-08-20 How to Use a Word

word of the day for 8.20 is 'contemn' spelled c o n t e m n. 'contemn' is a verb that means to view or treat with contempt, to scorn. Here is the word used in the sentence. Jack believes that any rational scientists must contemn fairy of magic and supernatural. contemn is derived from Latin word contempery*, a word formed by combining con, c o n and tempery* , meaning to dispise. Surprisingly, our verb may have come with in a hear of breath* . It be spelled c o n t e m p n.
Middle french word contemnp arrives at middle english as contemnp but the extra 'p' disappears, leaving us with contemn. Maybe wondering about the connection between contemn and contemnpt, and not surprisingly they are related. contempt comes from Latin word contemptose*, which comes from conte* , contemn first turns up in print in 15th century in English. contemnpt* dates back to 14th century. with the word of the day for Thursday, 8.20, I am Peter Thua*.
                                                   
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Homework
The word of the day for August 20th is contemn , spelled c-o-n-t-e-m-n.
Contemn is a verb that means to view or treat with contempt to scorn. Here is the word used in the sentence: Jacob believes that any __ scientists must contemn theories of magic and supernature. Contemn is derived from the Latin verb "contemnere", a word formed by combining con and temnere, meaning to despise. Surprisingly, our word may have come within a __  breaths of being spelled contempn.  The middle French word contempney arrived in middle English as Contempnen. But extra P disappeared, leaving us with contemn. You may wonder about the connection between Contemn and Contempt. And no surprisingly, they are related. Contempt comes from the Latin word contemptus, which comes from Contemnery. Contemn first turned up in prints in the 15th century in English. Contempt dates from the 14th century.
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The word of the day for August 20th is contemn, spelled C-O-N-T-E-M-N.
Contemn is a verb that means to view or treat with contempt to scorn.
Here is the word used in a sentence.
Jack believes that any rational scientists must contemn serious of magic and super natural.
Contemn is derived form the Latin verb contenary. A word formed by combining "con", C-O-N and "tenary", meaning to *. Surprisingly, our verb may have come with in * of breads of being spelled C-O-N-T-E-M-P-N.
The middle-French word contempn arrived middle-English as comtempn, but the actual "P" disappeared living us with contemn. You may be wondering about the connection between contemn and contempt, and not surprisingly they are related. Contempt comes from the Latin word contemptus which comes from contenary. Contemn first turned up in prints in the 15 century in English. Contempt dates from the 14 century.
With your word of the day for Thursday August 20th. I'm Peter Sokolowski.
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The word of the day for August 20th is contemn, spelled c-o-n-t-e-m-n. Contemn is a verb that means to view or treat with contempt to scorn.

Here is the word used in the sentence:

Jacob believes that any rational scientists must contemn theories of magic and supernatural. Contemn is derived from the Latin verb "contemnere", a word formed by combining con and temnere, meaning to despise. Surprisingly, our word may have come within a hero's  breaths of being spelled contempn.  The middle French word contempney arrived in middle English as Contempn. But extra "P" disappeared, leaving us with contemn. You may wonder about the connection between Contemn and Contempt. And no surprisingly, they are related. Contempt comes from the Latin word contemptus, which comes from Contemnery. Contemn first turned up in prints in the 15th century in English. Contempt dates from the 14th century.

With your word of the day for Tursday August 20th, I'm PS.
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The Word of the Day for August 20th is “contemn”, spelled c-o-n-t-e-m-n.
“Contemn” is a verb that means to view or treat with contempt to scorn. Here is the word used in a sentence:
Jacob believes that any rational scientist must contemn theories of magic and super natural.

Contemn derives from the Latin verb “contemnery”, a word formed by combining “con”, c-o-n, and “temnery”, meaning to despise. Surprisingly, our verb may have come within a hair’s breadth of being spelled c-o-n-t-e-m-p-n.
The middle French word “contempney” arrived in Middle English as “contempnen”, but that extra “p” disappeared, leaving us with “contemn”. You may be wondering about the connection between “contemn” and “contempt”, and not surprisingly, they’re related.
“Contempt” comes from the Latin word “contemptus”, which comes from “contemnery”. “Contemn” first turned up in prints in the 15th century in English. “Comtempt” dates from the 14th century.

With your Word of the Day for Thursday August 20th, I’m Peter Sokolowski.
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The word of the day for August 20th is contemn, spelled c-o-n-t-e-m-n. Contemn is a verb that means to view or treat with contempt to scorn.

Here is the word used in the sentence:

Jacob believes that any rational scientists must contemn theories of magic and supernatural. Contemn is derived from the Latin verb "contemnere", a word formed by combining con and temnere, meaning to despise"too despise". Surprisingly, our word may have come within a hero's  breaths of being spelled contempn.  The middle French word contempney arrived in middle English as Contempn. But extra "P" disappeared, leaving us with contemn. You maybewondering wonder about the connection between Contemn and Contempt. And no surprisingly, they are related. Contempt comes from the Latin word contemptus, which comes from Contemnery. Contemn first turned up in prints in the 15th century in English. Contempt dates from the 14th century.

With your word of the day for Tursday August 20th, I'm PS.
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本帖最后由 渚清沙白 于 2009-8-21 13:43 编辑

Homework:

Word of the day for August 20th is "contemn".Spelled C-O-N-T-E-M-N.
Contemn is a verb that means to view or treat with contempt to scorn.

Here is the word used in the sentence.
"Jacob believes that any rational scientist must contemn series of magic and supernature."
Contemn is derive from the latin word "Contemnary".A word formed by conbining  "con",C-O-N and temnery,meaning to dispise.Surprisingly,our verb may come within a hair's breath of being spelled "contempn"

The little French word,Contempn,arrived in middle English as contempn,but their extra "p" disappear,leaving us with contemn.
You may be wondering about the connection between "contemn" and "contempt" and not surprisingly they are related.
Contempt comes from the latin word "Contemptuse",which comes from Contenary.Contemn first turned up in Prition in the 15th century in English.Contempt ,dates from the 14th century.

With your word of the day for Thursday,August 20th.I am Peter Sokolowski.
本帖最后由 jellyfishmola 于 2009-8-21 14:39 编辑

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Word of the day for August, 20th is contemn, spelled c-o-n-t-e-m-n.
Contemn is a word that means to view or treated with contempt to scorn. Here is a word used in a sentence.
Jacob believes that any rational scientist must contemn theories of magic and supernature.
Contemn is derived from the Latin word contemnary
a word formed by combining “con”, c-o-n and “temnary”, meaning to despise. Surprisingly our verb may have come within a hair’s breaths of being spelled c-o-n-t-e-m-p-n. The Middle French word
contempney” arrived in Middle English as “contempnen”, but the extra “p” disappeared, leaving us with “contemn”. You may be wondering about the connection between “contemn” and “contempt”, but no surprisingly they are related. “Contempt” comes from the Latin word contemptus”, which comes from “contemnary”. “contemn” first turned up in prints in the 15 century in English. “contempt” dates from the 14 century.
With the word of the day for Thursday, August 20th. I’m Peter Sokolosiki.
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[Homework]2009-08-20 How to Use a Word

The word of the day for august 20th is comtemn, spelled C-O-M-T-E-M-N. Comtemn is a verb that means to view or treat with contempt to scorn. Here is the word used in a sentence. Jack believes that any Russianal scientists must comtemn theories of magic and supernatural. Comtemn is derived from the Latin verb C, a word form by combing con,c-o-n, and T, meaning to D. Surprisingly, a verb may have come within a hair's breath of being spelled c-o-n-t-e-m-p-n. The middle French word C arrived from in middle English has contempt head. But that's actual p disappeared leaving us with comtemn. You may be wondering about the connection between comtemn and contempt. And not surprisingly they are related. Contempt comes from the Latin word C, which comes from C. Comtemn first turned up in prince in the 15th century in English. Contempt dates form the 14th century. With your word of the day for Thursday august 20th, I am Peter S.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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The word of the day for August 20th is contemn, spelled C O N T E M N.

Contemn is a verb that means to view or treat with contempt to scorn.

Here is the word used in a sentence.

Jacob believes that any rational scientist must contemn series of magic or super nature.

Contemn is derived from the Latin verb contemnare, a word formed by combining con and temnare,meaning to despise.Surpringly, our verb may have come within a * brief of being spelled C O N T E M P N.The middle French word contompne arrived in middle English as contempnen, but that extra P disappeared, leaving us with contemn. You maybe wondering about the connection between contemn and contempt, and not surprisingly they are related. Contempt comes from the Latin word contemptus, which comes from contenare. Contemn first turned up in prints in the 15th century in English, contempt dates from the 14th century.

With your word of the day for Thursday,August 20th. I'm Peter Sokolowski.
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Word of the day for August 20th is contemn, spelt c-o-n-t-e-m-n. Contemn is a verb that means to view or treat with contempt to scorn. Here is a word use in a sentence, "Jacob believes that any rational scientist must contemn theories of magic and supernature. " Contemn is derived from the Latin word contemnary, a word formed by combining con, c-o-n, and temnary, meaning to despise. Surprisingly our verb may have come within a hair's breadth of being spelt c-o-n-t-e-m-p-n. The Middle French word contempna arrived in Middle English as contempn,  but the extra p disappeared, leaving us with contemn. You may be wondering about the connection between contemn and contempt. And not surprisingly, they are related. Contempt comes from the Latin word contemptus, which comes from contemnary. Contemn first turned up in prints in the 15th century in English, contempt dates from the 14th century.
    With your word of the day for thursday, Ausgust 2oth, I'm Peter Sokolosiki.
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