New York Times Spelling Bee Answers and Solution for September 5, 2020

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Today’s pangram is COMMODITY.

COMMODITY is defined as articles of commerce.

CITY is defined as people living in a large densely populated municipality. It is also defined as a large and densely populated urban area; may include several independent administrative districts. It is also defined as an incorporated administrative district established by state charter.

COCCI is defined as any spherical or nearly spherical bacteria.

COMIC is defined as arousing or provoking laughter. It is also defined as a professional performer who tells jokes and performs comical acts. It is also defined as of or relating to or characteristic of comedy.

COMITY is defined as a state or atmosphere of harmony or mutual civility and respect.

COMMIT is defined as give entirely to a specific person, activity, or cause. It is also defined as perform an act, usually with a negative connotation. It is also defined as cause to be admitted; of persons to an institution. It is also defined as make an investment. It is also defined as engage in or perform. It is also defined as confer a trust upon.

DITTO is defined as a mark used to indicate the word above it should be repeated. It is also defined as repeat an action or statement.

DITTY is defined as a short simple song (or the words of a poem intended to be sung).

IDIOCY is defined as extreme mental retardation.

IDIOM is defined as an expression whose meanings cannot be inferred from the meanings of the words that make it up. It is also defined as a manner of speaking that is natural to native speakers of a language. It is also defined as the usage or vocabulary that is characteristic of a specific group of people. It is also defined as the style of a particular artist or school or movement.

IDIOT is defined as a person of subnormal intelligence.

IDIOTIC is defined as insanely irresponsible. It is also defined as having a mental age of three to seven years. It is also defined as so unreasonable as to invite derision.

The word ITTY has no known definition.

MIDI is defined as a standard protocol for communication between electronic musical instruments and computers. It is also defined as the southern part of France. It is also defined as used of women’s clothing having a hemline at mid-calf.

MIMIC is defined as someone who mimics (especially an actor or actress). It is also defined as imitate (a person or manner), especially for satirical effect. It is also defined as constituting an imitation.

MITT is defined as the (prehensile) extremity of the superior limb. It is also defined as the handwear used by fielders in playing baseball.

ODDITY is defined as a strange attitude or habit. It is also defined as something unusual — perhaps worthy of collecting. It is also defined as eccentricity that is not easily explained.

OMIT is defined as leave undone or leave out. It is also defined as prevent from being included or considered or accepted.

TIDY is defined as put (things or places) in order. It is also defined as (of hair) neat and tidy. It is also defined as large in amount or extent or degree. It is also defined as marked by order and cleanliness in appearance or habits. It is also defined as receptacle that holds odds and ends (as sewing materials).

TIMID is defined as lacking conviction or boldness or courage. It is also defined as lacking self-confidence. It is also defined as people who are fearful and cautious. It is also defined as showing fear and lack of confidence.

TIMIDITY is defined as fear of the unknown or unfamiliar or fear of making decisions. It is also defined as fearfulness in venturing into new and unknown places or activities.

TOMTIT is defined as widely distributed European titmouse with bright cobalt blue wings and tail and crown of the head.

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