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Use These Words As They Are Meant To Be Used! (25 pics)

Posted in INTERESTING       10 Oct 2019       2198       3

Between

What people think it means: among items that are not specifically named.

What it actually means: referencing or connecting separate and distinct elements.

 

Continually

What people think it means: uninterrupted in time; without cessation.

What it actually means: very often; at regular or frequent intervals; habitually.

 

Invoke

What people think it means: to call up or produce (memories, feelings, etc.).

What it actually means: to call for with earnest desire; make supplication or pray for.

 

Good

What people think it means: an adverb used to describe something done in a good or satisfactory manner such as "You did good!"

What it actually means: an adjective used to describe nouns as satisfactory in quality, quantity, or degree.

 

Insure

What people think it means: to secure or guarantee.

What it actually means: to issue or procure an insurance policy on or for.

 

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Irony

What people think it means: funny or unfortunate.

What it actually means: the use of words to convey a meaning that is the opposite of its literal meaning.

 

Travesty

What people think it means: a tragedy.

What it actually means: a grotesque or debased likeness or imitation, a mockery.

 

Bemused

What people think it means: amused.

What it actually means: bewildered or confused.

 

Enormity

What people think it means: huge.

What it actually means: outrageous or heinous character; atrociousness.

 

Effect

What people think it means: to cause something to change.

What it actually means: something that is produced by an agency or cause; result; consequence.

 

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Disinterested

What people think it means: bored.

What it actually means: unbiased by personal interest or advantage; not influenced by selfish motives, indifferent.

 

Irregardless

What people think it means: regardless.

What it actually means: nothing, it's not a word.

 

i.e.

What people think it means: for example.

What it actually means: that is; in other words.

 

Fortuitous

What people think it means: lucky.

What it actually means: happening or produced by chance; accidental.

 

Plethora

What people think it means: a lot of something.

What it actually means: overabundance; excess; more than is needed.

 

Inflammable

What people think it means: fireproof.

What it actually means: capable of being set on fire; combustible; flammable.

 

Infamous

What people think it means: famous.

What it actually means: having an extremely bad reputation.

 

Adverse

What people think it means: opposed to, averse.

What it actually means: unfavorable or antagonistic in purpose or effect.

 

Clichéd

What people think it means: overdone.

What it actually means: nothing, it's not a word. "Cliché" is a noun.

 

Dichotomy

What people think it means: difference.

What it actually means: division into two mutually exclusive, opposed, or contradictory groups.

 

Hone

What people think it means: to converge upon or approach.

What it actually means: to make more acute or effective; improve; perfect.

 

Random

What people think it means: funny, silly.

What it actually means: proceeding, made, or occurring without definite aim, reason, or pattern.

 

Dilemma

What people think it means: a problem.

What it actually means: a situation requiring a choice between equally undesirable alternatives.

 

Less

What people think it means: comparing numbers of countable items.

What it actually means: a smaller extent, amount, or degree of singular mass nouns.

 

Refute

What people think it means: to reply or deny.

What it actually means: to prove to be false or erroneous, as an opinion or charge.



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Everybody 7 month s ago
#13 i.e. Latin for id est (that is)
       
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Circus 7 month s ago
e.g Latin for exempli gratia (for example)
       
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August 7 month s ago
#19 This is English; we verb our nouns. We 'chair' meetings and 'table' motions. The word 'cliche' may be solely a noun in French, but as an English loan word, it's as flexible as all our words are.
       
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