1. confidence or trust in a person or thing
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Also, hieroglyph. a hieroglyphic symbol.
Admittedly... the primary definition is as an adjective... but it functions as both.
locopuyo: The distance between seats isn't changing
summary at top: The seats Southwest has put on nearly its entire fleet are 31 inches apart, about an inch less than before
Yes, punctuation may also convey meaning , but has a much shallower effect than grammar.
I beg to differ. Something as small as a comma can make a huge difference in the meaning of what is written. For example:
I'm not sure I would call that shallow. It may be a silly example, but it applies to real-life sentences as well.
"Nature is very un-American. Nature never hurries." -- William George Jordan