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Polyglot and polymath are not even distant cousins. Yet, they have two strands in common.  First, both have the prefix ‘poly’ as part of their structure.  Second, both words  allude to learning new skills. If you are a polyglot you have learned more than one language. If you are a polym...

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Here is the definition of legerdemain:

definition of legerdemain

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Unexceptional means anything that is not extraordinary while unexceptionable means anything that is beyond criticism and these words are ordinarily not antonyms of each other.

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Although umlaut and diaeresis are often used interchangeably, there is a subtle difference between the two. Umlaut changes the pronunciation of a vowel. Sometimes it changes the meaning of a word too. For example, in German schon bereft of umlaut means already and with those two dots on top (schön) means beautiful.

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Here is the definition of pro bono:

definition of pro bono

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