From: John Klassa (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Nov 06 2000 - 12:07:04 PPET
>>>>> On Mon, 6 Nov 2000, "Wayne" == Wayne E Baisley wrote:
Wayne> Nope. It's insipient, a real word:
Wayne> In*sip"i*ent (?), a. [L. insipiens; pref. in- not + sapiens
Wayne> wise.] Wanting wisdom; stupid; foolish. [R.] Clarendon. --
Wayne> n. An insipient person. [R.] Fryth.
Interesting... When you first posted, I tried:
It doesn't have "insipient", but gives you the option to see
"incipient", which has an entirely different meaning.
I then got to wondering what you thought was wrong with the article you
-- John Klassa / email@example.com
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