February 17th 2012


- in which an acronym/initialism is not very amusing


Below are three sets of three definitions. Each set represents an example of how a word may be defined as a noun, verb and adjective. Be careful, homophones and heteronyms are permitted.

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noun - A specific type of party
verb - To speak wildly
adjective - Extremely flattering

noun - An auditory artifact
verb - To probe using percussion
adjective - Sensible

noun - A lure
verb - To pass quickly
adjective - Stylish, cool

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