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# Word for the Day

Chaos, total and utter craziness   pandemonium   Pandemonium is chaos, total and utter craziness — like the stampede after your team won the championship, when everyone spilled onto the field at once, bouncing off each other.   If you look carefully at the word pandemonium, you’ll see the word demoninside it. This makes sense, since the word pandemonium was…

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# Word for the Day

Teasing and bantering   josh   When you josh, you joke around, teasing and bantering. You probably josh your brother about the weird things he says when he talks in his sleep.   Most people laugh when someone joshes with them, although others take offense or don’t realize that you’re only joking. Your favorite uncle might josh around…

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# Word for the Day

Adding information that supports what’s already been said…   moreover   Use the adverb moreover to add information that supports what’s already been said. You have to go shopping on Saturday to buy new tube socks, and moreover, you need to get a birthday present for your mom.   Breaking moreover into more and over helps you remember what it means: more…