When I set out to do my A to Z Challenge posts, I didn’t think it would be quite so hard. Initially, I thought I’d have an amusing example of the correct usage of each word pair or group, and really, how hard could that be?
Since I wanted to make sure my definitions were accurate, I spent a lot of time reading entries on dictionary.com, and I was constantly surprised by the numerous meanings of some of these seemingly simple words.
As a native speaker of (American) English, I’ve never bothered to look up a word like do, after all, how many meanings could there be? More than 30. Seriously. Since providing so many examples wasn’t really feasible for this project, I decided to keep the definitions as simple as possible.
I also ended up with a number of pairs and groups that just wouldn’t work well together in a sentence or short paragraph, or words that I just wanted to wax on about, so I saved those aside for a new feature here. Stay tuned for more of my musings with Word Wednesdays.
Huge thanks to everyone who popped in to check out my pieces, I’ve had a ton of fun!
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Definitions used or adapted from dictionary.com
See also: Intro, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z, Outro
10 thoughts on “A to Z Wrap Up”
This is a great challenge.
It was so much fun!
Your posts were seriously some of my favorite to read. I thought that they were creative and helpful.
Thank you so much!
Congratulations on completing the challenge.
Thank you! I really enjoyed it!
Congratulations on completing the challenge 🙂 It’s great that you’ve gotten a regular feature out of it
Terrific topic! And your wrap-up post made it so easy to find you posts. Great thinkin, Tex! Sorry I missed you during the challenge. I’ll have to stop back! Have a great day!
Thanks so much for coming by! I’m glad you enjoyed my topic 🙂
Unique and HARD! 😀