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a fear of mirrors, seeing oneself in a mirror
Word Origin

Greek eis ‘into’


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    [ahy-steth -vod, ey-steth -] /aɪˈstɛð vɒd, eɪˈstɛð-/ noun, plural eisteddfods, eisteddfodau [ey-steth-vod-ahy, ahy-steth-] /ˌeɪ stɛðˈvɒd aɪ, ˌaɪ stɛð-/ (Show IPA) 1. (in Wales) an annual festival, with competitions among poets and musicians. /aɪˈstɛdfəd; Welsh aɪˈstɛðvɔd/ noun (pl) -fods, -fodau (Welsh) (aɪˌstɛðˈvɒdaɪ) 1. any of a number of annual festivals in Wales, esp the Royal National […]

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    [ee-th er, ahy-th er] /ˈi ðər, ˈaɪ ðər/ adjective 1. one or the other of two: You may sit at either end of the table. 2. each of two; the one and the other: There are trees on either side of the river. pronoun 3. one or the other: There are two roads into the […]

  • Either-or

    [ee-th er-awr, ahy-th er-] /ˈi ðərˈɔr, ˈaɪ ðər-/ adjective 1. allowing no equivocation; being limited in choice to two options: It’s an either-or situation—you pay the bill or you lose the company’s services. adjective 1. presenting an unavoidable need to choose between two alternatives: an either-or situation

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