How language changes, Issue 7: Take “wonder” out of the dictionary! (or at least label it archaic)

I used to wonder things that I might have to research or might never find out (cherry ice cream sandwiches). Simply put, Google is killing Wonder!

Art interpretation assistance: those black squiggles are the word “WONDER”.

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3 thoughts on “How language changes, Issue 7: Take “wonder” out of the dictionary! (or at least label it archaic)

  1. You could look at it that way. I look at it that Google helps us to get to wonder more, because we satisfy one wonder, to make room for more. Plus we can learn more about the Billboard charts and don’t have to wonder (or remember ) what # a song went to. Not all wondering is good wonder.

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