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Words from History of the World

By , 7 March 2009

Words from History of the World
  • temerity (n) - Why then, did I have the temerity to write another book?
  • congenial (adj) - It seemed reasonable and even congenial to people living in the same region.
  • commensurate (adj) - These ideas tend to relate with human experience and thus appear commensurate with human scale.
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