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Word of the Day 05/05/17 Smattering

Smattering (noun, adjective)
smattering [smat-er-ing]


noun
1. a slight, superficial, or introductory knowledge of something: a smattering of Latin.

adjective
2. slight or superficial.

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Origin: First recorded in 1530-40; smatter + -ing, -ing

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