(in England and Wales) areas of the countryside which are open to the public
Meet a word whose history really is a mystery — “pundit”
These days you can’t turn on the television without being bombarded by panels of pundits spewing their two cents. If there were a prize for the term whose contemporary meaning is the furthest from its origin, “pundit” would be a contender. When we talk about a pundit, we are referring to someone who comments or opines on a subject. The word also implies that the person …
Take A Journey With These Quotes About Exploration and Travel
Nothing expands your knowledge like travel and these authors have the words to describe it.
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