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Xenophobic: An Exploration of a Loaded Term

Etymology The term "xenophobic" is derived from the Greek words "xenos," meaning "foreigner," and "phobos," meaning "fear" or "aversion." Thus, xenophobic literally translates to a fear or aversion towards foreigners. Background...

xylophone

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:Alphabet books for children frequently feature the word xylophone because it is one of the few w...

xylophone - correct spelling

noun
Example: The small child enjoyed playing the xylophone.Note: Here's an interesting "Word History" from ...

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