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Many of our everyday words have more than one meaning. Below are five pairs of definitions.......Can you guess them all?

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Many of our everyday words have more than one meaning.
Below are five pairs of definitions; both definitions in each pair fit the same word.
Can you guess them all?

  1. Some eyewear or drinking vessels
  2. Mountain scenery stop or fail to notice
  3. Bank employee or narrator
  4. Screw groove or sewing cord
  5. Portion of a trip or table support
posted Jan 21 by Anil Chaurasiya

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