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Supersede (Word Definition, Spelling and Mnemonic)

Supersede:
  • Comes from the Middle English superceden, to postpone.
  • The only word in the english language that ends in -sede.
  • Means to to take the place of or replace.
  • Can mean to discard or set aside as obsolete or inferior.
Supersede Mnemonic:
  • Super SEED with the ED Inverted = Supersede (mnemonic).


Super Dandelion Seeds:

Image: Super Dandelion Seeds.
Image source: from flickr by Aaron of NEPA (cc)
Tags: Mnemonic - Seed - Supersede
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