What is the difference between a Russian optimist, pessimist and realist?
The optimist studies English.
The pessimist studies Chinese.
The realist stays home and cleans his kalashnikov.
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List of words beginning with: E
Found: 1101 results
apple etc. N. Apple etc. Suitable for eating raw.
cake n. Round cake of pastry filled with currants etc. [eccles in n. England]
adj. (of a word) onomatopoeic.
n. Small elongated iced cake of choux pastry filled with cream. [french, = lightning]
comb. Form denoting the surgical removal of part of the body (appendectomy). [greek ektome excision]
n. Inflammation of the skin, with itching and discharge. [latin from greek]
n. Thing forming an edge or border.
adj. Fit to be eaten. edibility n. [latin edo eat]
n. - person who edits.
- person who directs the preparation of a newspaper or broadcast news programme or a particular section of one (sports editor).
- person who selects or commissions material for publication.
- computer program for entering and modifying textual data. editorship n.
v. (-cing) 1 rub or wipe out (a mark, recollection, etc.).
- surpass, eclipse.
- refl. (usu. As self-effacing adj.) Treat oneself as unimportant. effacement n. [french: related to *face]
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When a giraffe"s baby is born it falls from a height of six feet, normally without being hurt.