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WORD OF THE DAY : MASTICATE
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MASTICATE

#‎Word_of_the_day_MASTICATE‬

Part of speech: verb

Pronunciation: [mas-ti-keyt]

Definition: to chew

Origin: 1640-50; < Late Latin masticātus, past participle of masticāre to chew

Example: Jackson is as great as ever with Tarantino and continues to masticate on his writing, and Russell makes a solid return to the world of Quentin.


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