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Today’s pangram is PAYMENT.
PAYMENT is defined as the act of paying money. It is also defined as an act of requiting; returning in kind. It is also defined as a sum of money paid or a claim discharged.
EMPTY is defined as leave behind empty; move out of. It is also defined as excrete or discharge from the body. It is also defined as needing nourishment. It is also defined as devoid of significance or force. It is also defined as become empty or void of its content. It is also defined as a container that has been emptied. It is also defined as emptied of emotion. It is also defined as holding or containing nothing. It is also defined as make void or empty of contents. It is also defined as remove.
ENEMY is defined as an armed adversary (especially a member of an opposing military force). It is also defined as a personal enemy. It is also defined as an opposing military force. It is also defined as any hostile group of people.
MANY is defined as a quantifier that can be used with count nouns and is often preceded by `as’ or `too’ or `so’ or `that’; amounting to a large but indefinite number.
MATEY is defined as (used colloquially) having the relationship of friends or pals.
MEANY is defined as United States labor leader who was the first president of the AFL-CIO (1894-1980). It is also defined as a person of mean disposition.
MEATY is defined as being on topic and prompting thought. It is also defined as like or containing meat.
MYNA is defined as tropical Asian starlings.
NANNY is defined as a woman who is the custodian of children. It is also defined as female goat.
NATTY is defined as marked by up-to-dateness in dress and manners.
The word NETTY has no known definition.
PANTY is defined as short underpants for women or children (usually used in the plural).
PAPAYA is defined as tropical American shrub or small tree having huge deeply palmately cleft leaves and large oblong yellow fruit. It is also defined as large oval melon-like tropical fruit with yellowish flesh.
The word PAPPY has no known definition.
PATTY is defined as small flat mass of chopped food. It is also defined as round flat candy. It is also defined as small pie or pasty.
PAYEE is defined as a person to whom money is paid.
PEATY is defined as of or pertaining to or of the nature of peat.
PENNY is defined as a coin worth one-hundredth of the value of the basic unit. It is also defined as a fractional monetary unit of Ireland and the United Kingdom; equal to one hundredth of a pound.
PEPPY is defined as marked by lively action.
PETTY is defined as contemptibly narrow in outlook. It is also defined as (informal) small and of little importance. It is also defined as larceny of property having a value less than some amount (the amount varies by locale). It is also defined as inferior in rank or status.
TATTY is defined as tastelessly showy. It is also defined as showing signs of wear and tear.
TEENY is defined as (used informally) very small.
TYPE is defined as a person of a specified kind (usually with many eccentricities). It is also defined as identify as belonging to a certain type. It is also defined as write by means of a keyboard with types. It is also defined as all of the tokens of the same symbol. It is also defined as a small metal block bearing a raised character on one end; produces a printed character when inked and pressed on paper. It is also defined as a subdivision of a particular kind of thing. It is also defined as (biology) the taxonomic group whose characteristics are used to define the next higher taxon. It is also defined as printed characters.
The word YAPPY has no known definition.
YENTA is defined as (Yiddish) a vulgar shrew; a shallow coarse termagant. It is also defined as (Yiddish) a woman who talks too much; a gossip unable to keep a secret; a woman who spreads rumors and scandal.
The word YENTE has no known definition.
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