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    The dictionary by Merriam-Webster is America's most trusted online dictionary for English word definitions, meanings, and pronunciation #wordsmatter
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  • Were - definition of were by The Free Dictionary
    Our Living Language Although many irregular verbs in English once had different singular and plural forms in the past tense, only one still does today—be, which uses the form was with singular subjects and the form were with plural subjects, as well as with singular you The relative simplicity in the forms of most verbs reflects the long-standing tendency of English speakers to make
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  • Whilst - definition of whilst by The Free Dictionary
    You do not use whilst in conversation, and it is not used in American English
  • Baby | Definition of Baby by Merriam-Webster
    indulge, pamper, humor, spoil, baby, mollycoddle mean to show undue favor to a person's desires and feelings indulge implies excessive compliance and weakness in gratifying another's or one's own desires indulged myself with food at the slightest excuse; pamper implies inordinate gratification of desire for luxury and comfort with consequent enervating effect





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