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Enormous, adj.

Extremely large;


exceeding the usual rule, norm, or measure;

out of due proportion; inordinate; abnormal.
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The challenge was to take the top 3 most emailed photos on yahoo and create a hopefully amusing story about the sequence. I reserve the right to refuse a disturbing picture, this includes any pictures of celine dion.

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<yoyology> I like this one. It appeals to the English teacher in me.

When kids would ask me, "What's up, Mr. S_____?" I'd usually reply, "It's a preposition. It refers to the direction opposite the pull of gravity."

Yup. I was the cool teacher. Uh-huh.
<3Suns> You'll appreciate, then, that aside from the very first part, the definition is straight from Webster's 1913 dictionary.

Oh, and "up" is more frequently used as an adverb than a preposition, but can also be a noun, an adjective, and probably a verb as well.

<Lauren> Brilliant, again, 3Suns.
<yoyology.> I can come up with sample sentences for all of them except noun. I can't think of a sentence with "up" as subject or object.
<3Suns> As a noun, "up" is commonly part of a phrase like "ups and downs" or "on the up". Also, it's slang for a turn at a sport or game, like an at-bat in baseball. "Who had last up?"
<yoyology> Ah. It can also be an interjection, of course, but so can nearly everything else. "Up! Up, darn ya!"
<mypalmike> This caption certainly ups the ante.
<yoyology> There's no way it could be a pronoun, but what about a coordinating conjunction? If we can think of an example, that makes 7 out of 8 possible parts of speech.
<mypalmike> Are there exceptions where coordinating conjunctions don't have to be one of (for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so)? Interesting that the first letter of each spells "fanboys"...
<mypalmike> Would you like coffee, tea, up milk?
<yoyology> Sorry. I should have said "subordinating conjunctions". It's been too long.
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