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extra-special

adj.

1889, from extra + special. Originally of certain editions of daily newspapers.

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Nearby words

extra-, extra-atmospheric, extra-base hit, extra-condensed, extra-high voltage, extra-special, extra-virgin, extrabold, extrabudgetary, extracanonical, extracapsular
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

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