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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 User: Identify the type of change illustrated. Noble. The noun noble (from Latin nobilis, meaning well known) means aristocrat. The adjective means illustrious or morally superior. amelioration pejoration generalization specialization Weegy: generalization User: Naughty.Naughty as used in Middle English, meant evil ("So shines a good deed in a naughty world.") Today it means mischievous or disobedient. amelioration pejoration Weegy: It is amelioration. (More)
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The noun cavalier (from French chevalier, meaning knight or horseman) becomes an adjective meaning arrogant or haughty.
Weegy: Noble. The noun noble (from Latin nobilis, meaning well known) means aristocrat. The adjective means illustrious or morally superior. 4.specialization User: The noun cavalier (from French chevalier, meaning knight or horseman) becomes an adjective meaning arrogant or haughty. Weegy: Noble. The noun noble (from Latin nobilis, meaning well known) means aristocrat. The adjective means illustrious or morally superior. 4.specialization User: The noun cavalier (from French chevalier, meaning knight or horseman) becomes an adjective meaning arrogant or haughty. amelioration pejoration Weegy: depends on the adjective (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
Weegy: The Grand Canyon is in Arizona. The prepositional phrase is "in Arizona". User: Select the prepositional phrases for the following sentence. Don't go without a coat. Don't Don't go Don't go without Don't go without a coat go without a coat without a coat Weegy: Without a coat is the preposition phrase. User: Select the prepositional phrases for the following sentence. In 1647, the first tax-supported schools were established by law in the United States. In 1647 by law tax-supported schools were established in the United States law in the Weegy: The prepositional phrases for the sentence: In 1647, the first tax-supported schools were established by law in the United States. are "In 1647," "by law," and "in the United States." (More)
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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 medieval conferences, the only man privileged to sit in a chair was the one in authority. Today, chairman means one who presides over a meeting. Weegy: Chairman. At medieval conferences, the only man privileged to sit in a chair was the one in authority. Today, chairman means one who presides over a meeting. 3.generalization User: Identify the type of change illustrated. The noun cavalier (from French chevalier, meaning knight or horseman) becomes an adjective meaning arrogant or haughty. Weegy: Noble. The noun noble (from Latin nobilis, meaning well known) means aristocrat. The adjective means illustrious or morally superior. 4.specialization User: Identify the type of change illustrated. The noun cavalier (from French chevalier, meaning knight or horseman) becomes an adjective meaning arrogant or haughty. amelioration pejoration Weegy: depends on the adjective User: Identify the type of change illustrated. Noble. The noun noble (from Latin nobilis, meaning well known) means aristocrat. The adjective means illustrious or morally superior. Weegy: generalization User: Identify the type of change illustrated. Nice. Derived from Latin ne scio, meaning do not know, nice meant silly or ignorant when borrowed into English. Through the phrase a nice distinction, it came to mean precise. Today it means pleasing or friendly. Weegy: Kindly complete your question please. User: Identify the type of change illustrated. Nice. Derived from Latin ne scio, meaning do not know, nice meant silly or ignorant when ... (More)
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