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Word to the Wise: Fleet and Fleeting

These words may look the same, but they mean something different. Fleet (noun) – a group of boats or airplanes (sometimes also used for cars) Fleet (verb) – pass (in time) Fleeting (adjective) – passing quickly (in time) David Yu Here are some examples of how you can use fleet and fleeting: The Armada was… Continue reading Word to the Wise: Fleet and Fleeting

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