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Four-Part Harmony: Winner!

Last month in Contest Corner, the goal was to find as many words as possible that are defined using all four parts of speech on the Visual Thesaurus (i.e., noun, adjective, verb, and adverb). Congratulations to Eric D. of Grand Rapids, MI, who came up with 26! Here's his list: back, better, clean, clear, direct, down, even, fast, free, full, home, last, long, low, out, quiet, right, round, short, slow, square, still, thin, true, well, wrong. Eric wins a Visual Thesaurus T-shirt!


Four-Part Harmony

Students: try to find as many words as you can that are defined using all four parts of speech on the Visual Thesaurus (i.e., noun, adjective, verb, and adverb). E-mail us with your list of words and we'll send the winner who has accurately compiled the longest list some swell Visual Thesaurus swag (if you don't know what that is, look it up!). The deadline is a fortnight after the ides of March (again, look it up!).


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