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Affect - definition of affect by The Free Dictionary Usage Note: Affect and effect are often confused because they sound alike and have related meanings First, bear in mind that there are two words spelled affect One means "to put on a false show of," as in She affected a British accent The other affect, the one that is confused with effect, is both a noun and a verb As a noun it is uncommon and means roughly "emotion "
Happy - definition of happy by The Free Dictionary With the sun rose the Fairies, and, with Eva, hastened away to the fountain, whose cool waters were soon filled with little forms, and the air ringing with happy voices, as the Elves floated in the blue waves among the fair white lilies, or sat on the green moss, smoothing their bright locks, and wearing fresh garlands of dewy flowers
Unfit | Definition of Unfit by Merriam-Webster Recent Examples on the Web: Adjective In general, some 3% to 5% of snacks produced in a factory might be unfit for sale due to production issues, Mr Dahlenburg estimates — Mike Cherney, WSJ, "Your Snack’s Crunch Is Cloud-Verified," 24 Nov 2018 The move came on the same day that Justice Minister Tudorel Toader nominated a candidate to be the country’s next chief anti-corruption
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Wikipedia:Vandalism - Wikipedia On Wikipedia, vandalism has a very specific meaning: editing (or other behavior) deliberately intended to obstruct or defeat the project's purpose, which is to create a free encyclopedia, in a variety of languages, presenting the sum of all human knowledge The malicious removal of encyclopedic content, or the changing of such content beyond all recognition, without any regard to our core
Wiktionary:Tea room - Wiktionary December 2018 uni (as in university)  My feeling is this is only used in British and Commonwealth English Do Americans ever use it? ---> Tooironic 02:53, 1 December 2018 (UTC) I'd say it's becoming more common over the last decade, but more or less, Americans don't use it