Here are two words that are not commonly used or even known.
Define “turbid” and “turgid”.
What part of speech is each word?
Use “turbid” and “turgid” in sentences that clearly demonstrate their meanings.
the word for today is “macerate”.
What part of speech is “macerate”?
What other parts of speech can be made from “macerate”?
Define “macerate” and create a sentence that demonstrates its meaning.
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