RE: Meme definition

From: Lawrence DeBivort (
Date: Fri 20 Jun 2003 - 13:02:18 GMT

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    Richard: > Interestingly, you used "supercede," a word spelled in the dictionary as
    > "supersede." It is in fact the only English word ending in "sede." The
    > "cede" meme won in your mind and you propagated it.

    Me too. my OED: you are right. It also has been spelt -sead, -seid, and -cid. It raises questions about 'precede'; I wonder why they are not tracking.

    Nice spotting, Richard. Lawry

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