What English Word Holds the Record for the Most Definitions? — Commonplace Fun Facts

The English language is robustly filled with many homonyms — words that have multiple meanings. The word bark can refer to the outer covering of a tree as well as the sound an English-speaking dog makes. The word foot can be the appendage at the end of your leg, and it can also be a […]

What English Word Holds the Record for the Most Definitions? — Commonplace Fun Facts

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2 Responses to What English Word Holds the Record for the Most Definitions? — Commonplace Fun Facts

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    Wow I learned something in that post tonight; that the word “set” has the most amount of meaning!

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  2. Pingback: Apologetics Sermon Illustration #60: Bible Contradiction and the Word with the Most Definitions | The Domain for Truth

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