The loud garbage truck rumbled down the street corner.
1) entry word; 2) respelling; 3) part of speech; 4) alternate forms; 5) etimology; 6) definition; 7) synonym; 8) illustrative quote.
entry word = the word presented before everything else in the dictionary;
etymology = the study of the origin of the words;
illustrative quote = a quote that shows the word in use;
synonym = one or two words that have the equivalent (or almost) meaning as the word presented;
respelling = pronunciation of a word in the phonetics alphabet;
part of speech = the function of the word (if it is a verb, a noun, etc);
alternate forms = other forms of a word such as plural, adverb, etc;
definition = the meaning of a word.
Good and better are both adjectives
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Written as Alliteration(s)? I'm not sure what your asking.
Alliteration(s) - <span>the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning of adjacent or closely connected words.</span>
Some examples of a memoir are:
- Henry David Thoreau's Walden.
- Elie Wiesel's Night.
- Elizabeth Gilbert's Eat, Pray, Love.
- Barack Obama's Dreams From My Father.
- Cheryl Strayed's Wild.
<h3>What is a Memoir?</h3>
This refers to written literature that contains a historical account or biography written from personal knowledge.
Therefore, we can see that Some examples of a memoir are given above.
Hence, we can see that your question is incomplete so a general overview was given to help you get a better understanding of the concept.
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