10/8/11

Euphonious

You tell me you won the lottery and you want to share it with me...
... I say "You're words are euphonious.
Do you still share it with me?
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Yes.  Euphonious means pleasant sounding or pleasant sounding words.

So... I liked what you said.
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  I email you:
I will sell you my phone cheap. It is a phoney.
You email back:
As long as it is not a phony... I will buy it.
Did you get a good deal?
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No.  Phoney and phony both mean the same thing - fake.
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You tell me... "All day... pachyderms knock into my tachometer."
I ask you "How big was the hippopotamus?"
Since a pachyderm can be an elephant, a rhinoceros, or a hippopotamus...
How did I guess right?

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A tachometer measures water flow...
Hippos live in the water.
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