Wide-awake, wide-beamed, and wide-mouthed...What a broad!
i thought it was this (with a different spelling):Main Entry: abe·ce·dar·i·anPronunciation: "A-bE-(")sE-'der-E-&nFunction: nounEtymology: Middle English abecedary, from Medieval Latin abecedarium alphabet, from Late Latin, neuter of abecedarius of the alphabet, from the letters a + b + c + d: one learning the rudiments of something (as the alphabet)knowing (or guessing)this made me the king of trivial pursuit, or jeopardy, or some game, and also made me laugh unbecomingly as i was fairly drunk at the time.your pal,blake
Dude, you have your dictionary and I have mine. I double-checked the spelling, and I copied what was there. I have no doubt whatsoever that you are equally correct, we just have differing sources.
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