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Word of the day
for November 30
firth n
  1. (chiefly Scotland) An arm or inlet of the sea; a river estuary.

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  1. (chiefly Northern England, Scotland) Alternative form of frith (a forest used for hunting; a (small) wood; wooded country; land covered mainly by brushwood)

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下手上手 (hetauma) noun, adjective
  1. (noun) good badness, something that seems simultaneously poorly done and well done
  2. (noun) relative skill level, high and low skill
  3. (adjective) bad yet good, so bad it's good, simultaneously poorly done and well done
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