Wednesday, August 28, 2013



Opposite of closed.

So that things, people, air, can go in and out or be put in and out.

Not taken or filled.

Accessible, as to appeals, ideas, or offers.

Open a business.

An open city.

The bedrooms open into the hall.

To be open to suggestion.

Ralphie always has his mouth open with random sounds coming out.

From the Middle English and Old English opan, the German offen.

Abierto, not cerrado.

I’m not sure it’s helping. But I typed the word “open” so many times today, it lost all meaning. Help me out here. Bring me back into the land of the linguistically grounded.

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