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tribasic

SYLLABICATION: tri Continue reading tribasic

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triazine

SYLLABICATION: tri Continue reading triazine

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triply

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three

PRONUNCIATION: thre
NOUN: 1. The cardinal number equal to 2 + 1. 2. The third in a set or sequence. 3. Something having three parts, units, or members.
ETYMOLOGY: Middle English, from Old English thr. See trei- in Appendix I.
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tripod

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Webster’s Third New International Dictionary of the English Language

Publication of Webster's Third New International Dictionary of the English Language in 1961 caused public uproar. Continue reading Webster’s Third New International Dictionary of the English Language

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Nine. (three times threes or the trinity of trinities)

Nine, five, and three are mystical numbers Continue reading Nine. (three times threes or the trinity of trinities)

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MISS, n.

The title with which we brand unmarried women to indicate that they are in the market. Continue reading MISS, n.

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ME, pro

The objectionable case of I. Continue reading ME, pro

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Phonetics

Phonetics – the study of the sounds of languages from three basic points of view. Continue reading Phonetics