WORD OF THE DAY ~ Dreadnought

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WORD OF THE DAY ~ Dreadnought

The gas guzzling dreadnought failed to become popular with the younger generation of workers.

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Word Source: Merriam-Webster Dictionary


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  1. The garment usage of it is one I did not know. What I did know is the the British Royal Navy’s second ship named Dreadnought is quite significant in naval history.
    I can see where with the right garments, a heavy, warm, coat, one would dread nought the kind of weather we are having here today; “A chance of snow before 11am, then rain and snow. High near 36. (2.2C) South southeast wind 10 to 13 mph, with gusts as high as 23 mph.” (16 to 20 kph, gusts 37 kph)

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