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Semantics considers both the connotation and the denotation of words. true or false
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User: Semantics considers both the connotation and the denotation of words. true or false

Weegy: Semantics considers both the connotation and the denotation of words. True.
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User: Chaucer's holy blissful martyr was a.Grendel b.Thomas a Becket c.Pertelote d.Chanticleer

Weegy: Chaucer's holy blissful martyr was Thomas a Becket.
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