English Is A Complex Language (vii)


English is a complex language. Meanings of words are constantly changing and new definitions arise all the time. See if you can spot some new meanings in the alphabetic list below.

Aboriginal [Noun.]
Not new.

Antiques [Noun.]
Opposed to ‘ques’.

Casualty [Noun.]
Someone who lives life in the slow lane.

Massacre [Noun.]
Sunday bloodbath.

Novelist [Noun.]
Inventor.

Pharmacist [Noun.]
Professor of agricultural studies.

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