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(pronounced DI-a-feh-nehs)

This word flows off the tongue just as the items it can be used to describe flow in application. This adjective characterizes something ethereal or delicately fine in texture or form – so much so

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(pronounced dye-KAH-tah-mee)

This term with Greek origins has several meanings that all share one thing in common: a comparison of two parts. One way in which the word is used is to talk about a

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(pronounced dih-FYU-zer)

Most likely you’ve heard this word related to a variety of meanings:

1. photographic diffuser – Some kind of screen (possibly of frosted glass or cloth) that for softens the image

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(pronounced DIL-uh-tor-ee)

This adjective has to do with time and being late. On one hand it can be applied to something completely intentional (tending or intended to cause delay) and on the other, it can

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(pronounced dihn)

Such a quiet, concise word to describe a large mass of discordant sounds or a very loud, on-going noise.

Example: Even if he didn’t suffer

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(pronounced die-ah-RAH-ma OR die-ah-RAM-ma)

Think of the last natural history-type museum you visited. Most likely you saw a diorama. It’s like an oversized, highly detailed version of one of those shadow boxes you attempted

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(pronounced dih-STREHSS)

We’re not talking about your state of mind when your clients don’t pay their bills. Instead, we’re referring to the term used to describe giving wood, metal, concrete, furniture, fabric, etc. a