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[Homework]【整理】2009-08-20 How to Use a Word

The word of the day for August twentyth is contemn,spelled C O N T E M N.
Contemn is a verb that means to veiw or treat with contempt to scorn.Here is the word used in a sentence.Jack believes that any rational scientist must contemn theories of magic and super natural.Contemn is derive from the latin word contemary ,a word formed by combining con CON and temary 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 CONTEPLAN arrived in middle English as contemplan,but that extra P disppeared leaving us with contemn,you maybe wondering about the connection between contemn and contempt,but not surprising they are related,contempt comes from the latin word contentus which comes from contenary,contemn first turn up in print in the fifteen century in English ,contempt dates from the fourteen century.
With your word of the day ,for Thursday August Twentyth ,I'm Peter Socolowski .

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[Homework]【整理】2009-08-20 How to Use a Word

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’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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Surprisingly our verb may  have come with in a hair's breath of being spelled contempn.请问这句话什么意思
word of today for August 20th is "contemn",spelt "c-o-n-t-e-m-n".contemn is a verb that means to view or treat with contemnpt,to scorn.here is the word used in a sentence

jk believes that any national(rational) scientist must contemn fearless(therioes) of magic and the supernatural.

contemn is ?(derived) from the Latin word "contemnera?"(contemnere).a word formed by combining "con" and ("temnere"),meaning to despise.surprisingly,our word may have come in with(within) a ?(hair's) breath(braedth) of spelt "contemnp".the middle French word "contemnpt?"(contempner) in the middle english word as "contemner"(contempnen).but the extra "p" disappeared,leaving us with "contemn".you may be wandering about the connection between "contemn" and "contemnpt"(contempt),and not surprisingly that they all related."contempn" comes from the Latin word "contem?"(contemptus),which comes from "contemner"(contemnere)."contemn" first turned out(up) French word in 15 century,and "contemnpt"(contempt) dates from 14 century.

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The word of the day for Augest 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 uesd in a sentence

Jakle believes that any racial of scientists must contemn theory of magic and supernature.

Contemn is derived from the Latin verb "contemnary" ,a word formed by combining "con" C-O-N and temnary meaning to despise .

Suprisingly ,our verb may have  came with an inherits burez of being spelled C-O-N-T-E-M-P-N ,the middle French word "contempn" arrived in Middle English "contempn" but that extra "P" disappearred ,leaving us "contemn".You may be wonder about the connection between contemn and contempt ,and not suprisingly they are related,contempt comes from the Latin word "contemptys"which comes from "contemnary",contemn first turned up a prays in the 15 century in English ,contempt days from the 14 century
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[Homework]【整理】2009-08-20 How to Use a Word

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.Jake believes that any rational scientist will contemn theroies of magic and supernatural.Contemn is derived from the Latin verb 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  breadth of being spelled c o n t e m p n.The middle French word contempner arrived in middle English as contempnen,but the extra p disappeared leaving us with contemn.You may wondering about the connection with 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 Aoloskie.
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The day for Aug.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.
Jack believes that any Russional scientist must contemn thereies of magic and super natural.Contemn is derived from the latin verb contemny, a word formed by combining "con" and "temny" means to despies.
Surprisingly our verb may coming within a hell of bread of being spelled contempn.the middle French word contepny arrived in middle English as comtempn .But that extra"p" disappeared ,leaving us with comtemn.You may be wondering about the connection between contemn and contempn.And not surpringly th oral ladid contepmn comes from the latin word contemptus which comes from contedary.Contemn first turned up in prent in the 15th century in English.Contempn dates from the 14th centuries with your word of day for thirsty August 20th.I'm Peter  Sockerlosgey.
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[Homework]【整理】2009-08-20 How to Use a Word

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Word of the day for Aug.28th 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 a word used in a sentence.
Jake believes that any rational scientist must contemn theories of magic and super natural.
Contemn is to arrive from the lightenful contenery.
A word formed by conbining con,C-O-N and tenery,meaning to dispires.
Suprisingly our verb may have come within a haie of breth of being spelled contempn.
The middle French word contompnee arrived in middle English contempn,but an extra P disappeared leaving us with contemn.
You may be wondering about the connection between contemn and contempt,and not supsuring they are related,contempt comes from the lighten word contemtues which comes from contenry.
Contem first turned and been print in the 15 century,contempt dates from the 14 century.


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[Homework]【整理】2009-08-20 How to Use a Word

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Word for the day of aguest 20 is contemn, spelled c o n t e m n.Contemn is a verb means to view or treat with contempt to scorn, here is a word used in the sentence.Jacob believe stay at any rational scientist must contemn feary of   magic and supernature.Contemn is arrived from a latin verb contenary, a word formed by combining con and tenary meaning to dispise. Surprisingly our verb may have come within a hero breath been spelled c o n t e m p n, the middle frech word **** arrived in middle english as contempn,but the extra P disapper leaving us with contemn,you maybe wondering about the conncetion between contemn and contempt, and not surprisingly they are related,contempt comes from the latin word ***,which comes from contemary. Contemn first turn to print in the fifteenth centry english,contempt for the forteenth centry.with the word of the day for thursday august 20th, i am peter***.

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[Homework]【整理】2009-08-20 How to Use a Word

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All of the day for August twenty-eighth is contenmn,spelled C O N T E M N  .Contemn is a verb that means to view or treat with contempt to ....Here is the word used in a sentence.Jack believes that any rational scientist must comtemn serious magic or super natural.contemn is described for the Latin word contemnary.The word formed by ....con and tem...rary meaning to despise.Surprisingly,our word may have come with an here...bread of being spelled contempn.The middle French word contem.... arrived in middle English as contem...but that actual pee...desappeared living with us was contemn.You maybe wondering about the connection between contemn and contempn.And not surpringly,they are related.Contemn comes from contem...which comes from contempary.Contemn first turned up in prince in the 15 century in English.Contempn dates from 14 century.With your word ......      

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word of the day for August.20th is contemn,spelled “C-O-N-T-E-M-N".contemn is a verb that means view or treat with contempt,to scorn,here‘s the word used in a sentence."JK belives that any rational scientist must contemn theories of magic and supernatural." contemn is derived from the Latin word "contemnere"a word formed combining by "con"and"temnere"meaning to despise.
surprisingly,our werb may come within a hair’s breadth of being spelled“contempn”the middle French word“con··”arrived in middle english as “contempnen” but the actor(that extra)“P” disappeared leaving us with contemn.you may be wondering the connection of “contemn”and “contempt” and not surprising ,they are related. contempt came 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 am peter s··
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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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