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what is a connotation?
A connotation is an idea or quality that a word makes you think about in addition to its meaning.
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Ambidextrous is someone who can use both hands with equal ease.
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Ambidextrous means the ability to use both the left and right hand equally well.
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Psyche, the Greek root of "psychology" and "psychosis" means ?
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Psyche, the Greek root of "psychology" and "psychosis" means MIND or SPIRIT.

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