Letters: Oct. 5, 1925

Scranton, Pa. Sept. 18, 1925

Sirs: A letter published in the Sept 14 issue of TIME pleading for more simple English words" may be only that one reader's request, but won't you please consider those of us who delight in coming upon new or unusual words? To me, a perusal of your incomparable paper is fraught with hid den joys because of the sport attendant on sedulously ferreting out the meaning of such refreshingly unusual expressions. When I read TIME, a modern dictionary is usually at hand; otherwise, I mark the words as I...

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