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Propaganda. Originally, propaganda meant a system for propagating (spreading) religious doctrines, then any kind of ideas. As used today, it generally means the dissemination of political opinions for the purpose of biasing judgment (brainwashing). amelioration pejoration generalization specialization
Weegy: b)pejoration User: Fond, which meant foolish in Shakespeare's time, now means affectionate. amelioration pejoration Weegy: A word that loses respectability undergoes pejoration. User: identify the type of change illustrated. High-minded. As used in Middle English, high-minded means haughty or proud. Today's meaning is noble in thought or sentiment. amelioration pejoration generalization specialization Weegy: generalization ... (More)
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Simplify. y 5 ÷ y 3 · y 2
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Select the prepositional phrase for the following sentence. The Grand Canyon is in Arizona. The Grand Canyon is in Arizona in Arizona in Canyon is in Arizona
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Identify the type of change illustrated. High-minded. As used in Middle English, high-minded means haughty or proud. Today's meaning is noble in thought or sentiment.
Weegy: generalization User: Identify the type of change illustrated. Prestige, borrowed from French, is derived from Latin praestigium, meaning illusion, or juggler's trick. Weegy: amelioration User: Identify the type of change illustrated. Fond, which meant foolish in Shakespeare's time, now means affectionate. Weegy: A word that loses respectability undergoes pejoration. User: Identify the type of change illustrated. Chairman. At ... (More)
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The type of change illustrated for " High-minded. As used in Middle English, high-minded means haughty or proud. Today's meaning is noble in thought or sentiment" is Amelioration.

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