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Today's word is ne plus ultra, spelled as three Latin words N-E P-L-U-S U-L-T-R-A.

Ne plus ultra is a noun that means the highest point capable of being attained, the acme. It can also mean the most profound degree of a quality or state. Here is the word used by David Edelstein in Vulture.

"Along with the relatively highbrow Stepbrothers, Dumb and Dumber's the ne plus ultra of moron slapstick, the film against which all cretinous child-men assaults on taste must be measured."

It's the height, the zenith, the ultimate, the crown, the pinnacle. It's the peak, the summit, the crest, the high-water mark. All these expressions, of course, mean "the highest point attainable." But ne plus ultra may top them all when it comes to expressing in a sophisticated way that something is the pink of perfection. It is said that the term's predecessor, non plus ultra, was inscribed on the Pillars of Hercules at the Strait of Gibraltar, which marked the western end of the classical world. The phrase served as a warning meaning: "Let there not be more sailing beyond." The New Latin version ne plus ultra, meaning "go no more beyond," found its way into English in the 1630s.

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[Homework]2015-01-10 How to Use a Word

Today's word is ne plus ultra, and spelled as three Latin words NE PLUS ULTRA. Ne plus ultra is a noun that means the highest point capable of being attained the acomy. It can also mean the most profound degree of a quality or state. Here's the word used by David in Vulture. Along with the relatively high brow step brothers Domen Dumers the ne plus ultra of moron slapsitck the film against which all critiness child men a sorts on taste must be measured. Its the hite deseaseneth the ultimite the crowd the pinical it's the pick the summert the crest the high water mark. All these expressions of course mean the highest point attainable but ne plus ultra may top the more one then comes expressing in a surfficist way that something is the pink of profection. It is said that the terms pretisessor non plus ultra was escribed on the pillers of Hurkelies at the straite of gebrowter which marked the western and of the classical world. The fray served as a warning meaning let they are not be more sailing beyond. The new Latin version ne plus ultra meaning go no more beyond found its way into English in the 1630s.


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[Homework]2015-01-10 How to Use a Word

Today's word is neplusultra, also pronounced neplusultra and spelled as 3 Latin words N-E-P-L-U-S-U-L-T-R-A. Neplusultra is a noun that meas the highest point capable of being attained, the alchemy. It can also mean the most profound degree of a quality or state. Here's the word used by David * in Vulture.
Along with the relatively highbrow, stepbrothers * then neplusultra of moron slapstick. The film against which all creatness childmen assault on taste must be measured. It's the height, the zenith, the ultimate, the crown, the pinnacle. It's the peak, the summit, the crest, the high watermark. All these expressions of course mean the highest point attainable. But the neplusultra may top them all when it comes to expressing in a sophisticated way that something is the pink of perfection. It is said that the term's predecesor * was inscribed on the pillars of hercules at the strait of Gibraltar which marked the western end of the classical world. The phrase served as a warning meaning let there not be more sailing beyond. The new Latin version neplusultra meaning go no more beyond found its way into English in the 1630s.
I'm Peter * with your word of today.

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[Homework]2015-01-10 How to Use a Word

Today's word is neplusultra,also pronounced neplusultra and spelled 3 Latin words ne plus ultra.The neplusultra is noun that means the highest capable of being attained the *.It can also mean the most profound degree of quality or state.Here's the word used by David * in Vulture.Along with the relatively highbrow,stepbrothers **then neplusultra of moron slapstick.The film against which all critiness child men a sorts on taste must be measured.It's the height the zenith ,the ultimate,the crown ,the pinnacle.,it's the peak,the summit ,the crest ,the high watermark.All the expressions of course mean the highest point attainable,but the neplusultra may top them all when it comes to expressing in the sophisticated way that something is the pink of perfection.It said  that the term's predecessor**was inscribed on the pillars of hercules at the strait of *which marked the western end of classical world.The phrase served as a warning meaning let there not be more sailing beyond.The new Latin version neplusultra meaning go no more beyond found its way into English in 1630s.

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