10 Commonly Misunderstood Words in the English Language
Enormous in size (enormousness) vs monstrous evil, excessive, wicked, outrageousness
Unaffected, unimpressed vs bewildered, extremely puzzled at a loss
Mildly amused to be bewildered, confused, engrossed in thought
���useless� or ���unable to perform its function� vs beyond what is necessary or natural, needlessly wordy or repetitive
To have a lot of something, many vs superabundance, an excess (has transitioned from a negative to positive connotation over time)
Unusual, extraordinary (often used with very/rather/ quite) vs the only one of its kind, unparalleled
Abundant (praise) vs offensively flattering or insincere
Noisy vs obnoxious, harmful, offensive to senses
Any kind of amusing coincidence vs the opposite (outcome ) of what was expected, contrary to what was expected
It�۪s an intensifier, used to emphasize a point; synonym for really or actually; often used in place of ���figuratively� vs in a literal manner; word for word.
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