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In the dictionary the pronunciation of a word is in boldface preceding the key word. true or false?
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User: In the dictionary the pronunciation of a word is in boldface preceding the key word. true or false?

Weegy: True
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User: where did you find that?

Weegy: [ ]
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User: you're so funny

Weegy: what do you call a sleeping bull a bulldozer boom boom [ ]
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User: okay, now it's just sarcasm

Weegy: There is nothing wrong with sarcasm, it just depends on the way you deal with it. ... ( It's okay if you want to get smacked. Some people might think that sarcasm is the ... [ ]
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User: are you done being a troll?

Weegy: Yes, [ it's a label and well deserved for many who must be bored and have nothing positive to contribute to a given category. I took a long break from Answers and since returning a few months ago I see that word being overused frequently. Of course [ there are trolls and deserve that title, but many genuine people are also called out for trolling. The vegetarian/vegan section is the worst category for trolls as has always been the case. ] ]
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