In this day and age



Now, in the present, as in In this day and age divorce is a very common occurrence. This phrase is redundant, since this day and this age both mean “now”. [ Early 1900s ]

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    [in-thrawl] /ɪnˈθrɔl/ verb (used with object), inthralled, inthralling. 1. . [en-thrawl] /ɛnˈθrɔl/ verb (used with object) 1. to captivate or charm: a performer whose grace, skill, and virtuosity enthrall her audiences. 2. to put or hold in slavery; subjugate: to be enthralled by illusions and superstitions. v. also enthral “to hold in mental or moral […]

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