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Hunky-dory is an American term with an uncertain origin. It is a reduplicated word, which is a word in which part of the root word is repeated in another word. Reduplicated words are formed because they are pleasing to the ear; often, reduplicated words are coined by children on the playground. Reduplicated terms are nearly always rendered as one, hyphenated word. We will look at the meaning of the phrase hunky-dory, where it may have come from, and some examples of its use in … [Read more...]

Record vs record

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Foregone conclusion

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