quinnmittens wrote:I mean "Hastened?" at first glance, it sounds like it means to hinder or to put something to a halt. But in actuality, it means to make something happen sooner or more quickly. A person would have not gotten the answer right if they did not know the definition of the word in a answer choice.
How did you get this? I'm sure you know what haste means right? I mean shit, have you ever played any video game (especially Final Fantasy)? Spells called "haste"... increase attack speed and whatnot.
Then what do you think haste-ned does?!
I don't see how it sounds like "to hinder".
deputydog wrote:Heebiejeebies - 'Pandamount' isn't a word. Quit playing the victim card, no one cares.
Are you sure about that? If it is not a word, then what is it?
Your argument (that pandamount is a word despite it not appearing in a dictionary) rests upon the assumption that any collection of letters without spaces between them must be a word.
Necessary assumptions baby, oh yeah!