[rollei_list] Way OT: "enroiled"
- From: Aaron Reece <oboeaaron@xxxxxxx>
- To: rollei_list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Tue, 20 Dec 2005 23:29:16 -0500
On Dec 20, 2005, at 8:18 PM, Marc James Small wrote:
Dpm't get me started: I have a rather extenive knowledge
Alas, this "extenive" knowledge "dpesm't" appear to extend to touch-
typing, but no matter. My Mac's integrated dictionary (Oxford-
American, probably a product of Oxford, New Jersey) points out that
"roil" was used as a synonym for "rile" in the early nineteenth
century. So while I would otherwise be skeptical as to the validity
of "enroiled," I'll take it on faith for now, coming as it does from
the lips (or the fingers) of the Magister.
BTW, rceetnly it was dsicvoerd taht as lnog as the fsirt and lsat
lteetrs of ecah wrod are in the cerorct pcale, msot wrdos culod be
firaly eisaly raed. Tho' I suspect my example here will only work for
native Anglophones. Then again, maybe not.
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