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1. What type of definition is used to introduce an unusual or unfamiliar word, to coin new words, or to introduce a new meaning to a familiar word? A. Stipulative definition B. Precising
definition C. Explanatory definition D. Persuasive definition
Stipulative definition is used to introduce an unusual or unfamiliar word, to coin new words, or to introduce a new meaning to a familiar word.
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User: 1. What type of definition is used to introduce an unusual or unfamiliar word, to coin new words, or to introduce a new meaning to a familiar word? A. Stipulative definition B. Precising definition C. Explanatory definition D. Persuasive definition

Weegy: C. Explanatory definition
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