Any of various vitamins soluble in fats or fat solvents.
When Did “Fat” Become An Insult?The word fat holds a complicated place in our society. As an adjective, it joins words like tall, hairy, fluffy, or bright. But, unlike those descriptors, fat isn't neutral.
Fiancé vs. Fiancée: Which One Is Which?Fiancé and fiancée are different words? If you’ve ever wondered whether it was spelled fiancé or fiancée , well, they’re both correct. They’re both correct because they are actually different terms. English borrowed them from variants of the French verb fiancer (meaning “to get engaged”) in the mid-19th century. The masculine (fiancé) and feminine (fiancée) noun forms were both imported by English speakers, even though English doesn’t typically use gendered …
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