English words that are their own opposites
This is for our friends who often struggle to learn our crazy English Language - an article from Mental Floss:
It is no wonder you get confused!
Great list, Patty. I don't think I've seen them laid out out in one place like this. It's different, but similar to a routine that Gallagher used to do where he would start with a work like 'comb', morph it into 'tomb', then into 'bomb', and so on.
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