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Word of the day amphibology

by Christine Lovatt

Amphibology is a phrase that is grammatically ambiguous, such as "Good is not the word!" or "I shall waste no time in reading it!"

It is a wonderful way of seeming to give praise in the presence of something dire without giving offence. It comes from the Greek amphibolos 'ambiguous'.

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The word AMATEUR comes from the French word for love, 'aime', as in playing for the love of it, whereas PROFESSIONAL stems from a person entering a religious order and professing their faith

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