May 18 Word of the Day
When you think up something brilliantly righteous while baked.
X: I had this great highdea last night
Y: You clearly were philosopher stoned.
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denoting one or more people or things already mentioned or assumed to be common knowledge.
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Feasibly one of the most difficult words in the english language to define plainly and simply, particularly without using it in the definition.
The word the is really hard to define.
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Paragraph seven, sentence three, word eight of the Geneva Convention.
Well, according to paragraph 7, sentence 3, word 8 of the Geneva Convention... "The"
Peter Griffin, Family Guy
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The word the is the most common way to describe the, because the is the best way to describe the, because the is best described by the word the, which is a good way to describe the.
Oh ma gawd the is so good the the the
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denoting one or more people or things already mentioned or assumed to be common knowledge.
"what's the matter?"
used to refer to a person, place, or thing that is unique.
"the Queen"
INFORMAL•ARCHAIC
denoting a disease or affliction.
"I've got the flu"
(with a unit of time) the present; the current.
"dish of the day"
INFORMAL
used instead of a possessive to refer to someone with whom the speaker or person addressed is associated.
"I'm meeting the boss"
used with a surname to refer to a family or married couple.
"the Johnsons were not wealthy"
used before the surname of the chief of a Scottish or Irish clan.
"the O'Donoghue"
2.
used to point forward to a following qualifying or defining clause or phrase.
"the fuss that he made of her"
(chiefly with rulers and family members with the same name) used after a name to qualify it.
"George the Sixth"
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used to make a generalized reference to something rather than identifying a particular instance.
"he taught himself to play the violin"
used with a singular noun to indicate that it represents a whole species or class.
"they placed the African elephant on their endangered list"
used with an adjective to refer to those people who are of the type described.
"the unemployed"
used with an adjective to refer to something of the class or quality described.
"they are trying to accomplish the impossible"
used with the name of a unit to state a rate.
"they can do 120 miles to the gallon"
1. THE cow jumped over me.
2. A cow jumped over THE moon
3. They’re basically all the same thing, you just put “the” before a noun most of the time. (Or else it will be, “You know, kid that used jar of money, took out money, and gave it to family next door.)
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