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[Homework]2016-11-24 How to Use a Word

Today's word is 'riddle', spelled 'R-I-D-D-L-E'. 'Riddle' is a noun that means 'a mystifying, misleading, or puzzling question posed as a problem to be solved or guessed; a conundrum or enigma'. 'Riddle' also means something or someone difficult to understand. Here's the word used in a sentence from the Clarion-Ledger by Clara Martin: Stuart's books are for children who like mysteries and riddles and there are many scenes where readers hold their breath in suspense. It's not unusual for words to acquire and lose meanings over time and 'riddle' is no exception. Old English speakers who had a variety of spellings for 'riddle' used the word as we do today to describe a question posed as a problem to be solved or guessed. But they also used it in the now obsolete senses of council, consideration, debate, conjecture, interpretation, imagination, and example. Not surprisingly, the old English source of the word 'riddle' is a cousin to the old English word meaning 'to interpret, or to advice'. By the beginning of the fifteenth century, 'riddle' acquired the sense of 'a puzzling or perplexing thing' and in the seventeenth century it also came to refer to 'a puzzling or enigmatic person or being'. With your word of the day, I am Peter Sokolowski.


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[Homework]2016-11-24 How to Use a Word

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Today's word is riddle, spelled 'R I D D L E'. Riddle is a noun that means in miss leading or puzzling question posed as a problem to solved or guest.a conundrum or enigma'. 'Riddle' also means something or someone difficult to understand. Here is the word used to a sentence from the clarion lidger by Clara  books are for children who like misterm and riddle and there are many scenes where readers hold their breath in secpense. It's not unusual for words tire and lose meanings over time and 'riddle' is no exception. Old English speakers who had a variety of spellings for 'riddle' used the word as we do today to describe a question posed as a problem to be solved or guest. But they also used it in the now obsolete senses of council, consideration, debate, conjuction, interpretation, imagation, and example. Not surprisingly, the old English source of the word 'riddle' is a couse to the old English word meaning 'to interpret, or to advice'. By the beginning of the fifteenth century, 'riddle' inquired the sense of 'a puzzling or perlexing thing' and in the seventeenth century it also came to refer to 'a puzzling person or being'.
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[Homework]2016-11-24 How to Use a Word

Today's word is rittle, spelled R-I-T-T-L-E. Rittle is now the means in misfinding, misleading or puzzling question post problem to be sort or guest. A connatural or . We are also means something or someone difficult to understand. Use the word to use the antecedent the clearance lectrue by clower madom. Stu or books are for children who like mist resent retals and these are many things where we'd hope that prefaces the bant. It is not unusual forward to quite and lose meaning over time and retal is no a seption.Ording greenshed speaker to had a voiced spelling for bettle used to the word we to today to the grab question post the problem to be soft or aganist. But they also use that in the now absord lessons of comsoal consideration, the bet, contractual, intropertation, inmajornation and examle. Not praising livid or in English sorts of the word wedom is cut on to the olding which word meeting to tropic or to advance. But the begining of the fifty century rittle quite the set of an puzzling or perplexing thing and in seventeen cenury and it also can to for two eighth puzzling or any many person or be in.  
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[Homework]2016-11-24 How to Use a Word

Today's word is rittle, spelled R-I-T-T-L-E. Rittle is now the means in misfinding, misleading or puzzling question post problem to be sort or guest. A connatural or . We are also means something or someone difficult to understand. Use the word to use the antecedent the clearance lectrue by clower madom. Stu or books are for children who like mist resent retals and these are many things where we'd hope that prefaces the bant. It is not unusual forward to quite and lose meaning over time and retal is no a seption.Ording greenshed speaker to had a voiced spelling for bettle used to the word we to today to the grab question post the problem to be soft or aganist. But they also use that in the now absord lessons of comsoal consideration, the bet, contractual, intropertation, inmajornation and examle. Not praising livid or in English sorts of the word wedom is cut on to the olding which word meeting to tropic or to advance. But the begining of the fifty century rittle quite the set of an puzzling or perplexing thing and in seventeen cenury and it also can to for two eighth puzzling or any many person or be in.  
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[Homework]2016-11-24 How to Use a Word

Today's word is rittle, spelled R-I-T-T-L-E. Rittle is now the means in misfinding, misleading or puzzling question post problem to be sort or guest. A connatural or . We are also means something or someone difficult to understand. Use the word to use the antecedent the clearance lectrue by clower madom. Stu or books are for children who like mist resent retals and these are many things where we'd hope that prefaces the bant. It is not unusual forward to quite and lose meaning over time and retal is no a seption.Ording greenshed speaker to had a voiced spelling for bettle used to the word we to today to the grab question post the problem to be soft or aganist. But they also use that in the now absord lessons of comsoal consideration, the bet, contractual, intropertation, inmajornation and examle. Not praising livid or in English sorts of the word wedom is cut on to the olding which word meeting to tropic or to advance. But the begining of the fifty century rittle quite the set of an puzzling or perplexing thing and in seventeen cenury and it also can to for two eighth puzzling or any many person or be in.  
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[Homework]2016-11-24 How to Use a Word

Today's word is riddle, spelled 'R I D D L E'. Riddle is a noun that means in miss leading or puzzling question posed as a problem to solved or guest.a conundrum or enigma'. 'Riddle' also means something or someone difficult to understand. Here is the word used to a sentence from the clarion lidger by Clara  books are for children who like misterm and riddle and there are many scenes where readers hold their breath in secpense. It's not unusual for words tire and lose meanings over time and 'riddle' is no exception. Old English speakers who had a variety of spellings for 'riddle' used the word as we do today to describe a question posed as a problem to be solved or guest. But they also used it in the now obsolete senses of council, consideration, debate, conjuction, interpretation, imagation, and example. Not surprisingly, the old English source of the word 'riddle' is a couse to the old English word meaning 'to interpret, or to advice'. By the beginning of the fifteenth century, 'riddle' inquired the sense of 'a puzzling or perlexing thing' and in the seventeenth century it also came to refer to 'a puzzling person or being'
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[Homework]2016-11-24 How to Use a Word

Today's word is riddle, spelled R-I-D-D-L-E. Riddle is a noun that means a mystifying, misleading, or puzzling question posed as a problem to be solved or guessed; a conundrum or enigma. Riddle also means something or someone difficult to understand. Here's the word used in a sentence from the Clarion-Ledger by Clara Martin. Stuart's books are for children who like mysteries and riddles and there are many scenes where readers hold their breath in suspense. It's not unusual for words to acquire and lose meanings over time and riddle is no exception. Old English speakers who had a variety of spellings for riddle used the word as we do today to describe a question posed as a problem to be solved or guessed. But they also used it in the now obsolete senses of council, consideration, debate, conjecture, interpretation, imagination, and example. Not surprisingly, the old English source of the word riddle is a cousin to the old English word meaning to interpret, or to advice. By the beginning of the fifteenth century, riddle acquired the sense of a puzzling or perplexing thing and in the seventeenth century it also came to refer to a puzzling or enigmatic person or being. With your word of the day, I am Peter Sokolowski.


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[Homework]2016-11-24 How to Use a Word

Today's word is rittle, spelled R-I-T-T-L-E. Rittle is now the means in misfinding, misleading or puzzling question post problem to be sort or guest. A connatural or . We are also means something or someone difficult to understand. Use the word to use the antecedent the clearance lectrue by clower madom. Stu or books are for children who like mist resent retals and these are many things where we'd hope that prefaces the bant. It is not unusual forward to quite and lose meaning over time and retal is no a seption.Ording greenshed speaker to had a voiced spelling for bettle used to the word we to today to the grab question post the problem to be soft or aganist. But they also use that in the now absord lessons of comsoal consideration, the bet, contractual, intropertation, inmajornation and examle. Not praising livid or in English sorts of the word wedom is cut on to the olding which word meeting to tropic or to advance. But the begining of the fifty century rittle quite the set of an puzzling or perplexing thing and in seventeen cenury and it also can to for two eighth puzzling or any many person or be in.  

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[Homework]2016-11-24 How to Use a Word

Today's word is rittle, spelled R-I-T-T-L-E. Rittle is now the means in misfinding misleading or puzzling question post problem to be sort or guest. A conundrum or enigma. We are also means something or someone difficult to understand. Use the word to use the antecedent the clearance lectrue by clower madom. Stuart's  books are for children who like mist resent retals and there are many scenes where readers hold their breath in suspense. It is not unusual forward to quite and lose meaning over time and retal is no a seption.Ording greenshed speaker to had a voiced spelling for bettle used to the word we to today to the grab question post the problem to be soft or aganist. But they also used it in the now obsolete senses of council、consideration、debate、 conjecture、interpretation、imagination and example.Not surprisingly the old English source of the word riddle is a couse to the old English word meaning to interpret or to advice. By the beginning of the fifteenth century riddle inquired the sense of a puzzling or perlexing thing and in the seventeenth century it also came to refer to a puzzling or any many person or being.
  

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[Homework]2016-11-24 How to Use a Word

Today is  word is riddle  spelled  R-I-D-D-L-E.Riddle is a not that means a mystifying misleading or puzzling question posed as a problem to be solved or guessed a conder or enigma riddle also means something or someone difficult to understand  Here is the word used in a sentence from the by stutar books are for children who like misteries and riddles and there are many scenes where readers hold their breath in exspense. It's not unusual for words to acquire and lose meanings over time and riddle is no exception. Old English speakers who had a variety of spellings for riddle used the word as we do today to describe a question posed as a problem to be sofed or guessed. But they also used it in the now obsole senses of  consideration, debate, conjecture, interpretation, imagination, and example. Not surprisingly, the old English source of the word riddle is a cousin to the old English word meaning to or to advice By the beginning of the fifteenth century riddle the sense of a puzzling or perpling thing and in the seventeenth century it also came to refer to a puzzling or  person or being  with your word of the day.I am Peter.


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