Yes, you can begin a sentence with 'however'.
Yes you can begin a sentence with 'however'

Can you start a sentence with 'however'?

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John E Hurley
'Per diem' has three jobs in English. All three of them pay by the day.
'Per diem' has three jobs in English All three of them pay by the day

How to Use 'Per Diem' in a Sentence

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Another new addition to the dictionary: intersectionality.

Definition of INTERSECTIONALITY

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Bill Brophey
Valda Winsloe
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Michele Sherry
In 1922, Taft wrote of a man’s “attempt to evade his obligation by a hugger-mugger of his numerous corporations.”
In 1922 Taft wrote of a mans attempt to evade his obligation

'Easy-peasy', 'Jiggery-pokery', and 8 More Reduplicatives

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'Mugwump' is not a Roald Dahl invention—the word has been in use in American English since at least 1828.
Mugwump is not a Roald Dahl inventionthe word has been in use

Trending: Boris Johnson Calls Jeremy Corbyn A 'mugwump'

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Frank Yee
Good morning! The #WordOfTheDay is junket.
Good morning The WordOfTheDay is junket

Word of the Day: Junket

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Barry Brent Schuster
6 Filthy Americanisms that aren't actually American...and one that is.
6 Filthy Americanisms that aren't actually Americanand one that is

6 Filthy Americanisms that Aren't Actually American

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Easy-peasy
Jiggery-pokery
Skimble-skamble
and 7 more ways to make people take you less seriously.
Easypeasy Jiggerypokery Skimbleskamble and 7 more ways to make people take you

'Easy-peasy', 'Jiggery-pokery', and 8 More Reduplicatives

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Aleks Yugotonesević
Did you catch editor Emily Brewster's thoughts on the word 'doggo'? If not, you'll want to read this.
Did you catch editor Emily Brewsters thoughts on the word doggo If

Dogs Are Doggos: An Internet Language Built Around Love For The Puppers

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Barry Brent Schuster
Paula Hewitt
We accept 'burnt' as the past tense of 'burn'. But if you really want to confuse people/dictionaries, use 'brent'.
We accept burnt as the past tense of burn But if you

Is 'burnt' acceptable as the past tense of 'burn'?

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Wesley Wilson
Jill Whitcomb
Good morning! The #WordOfTheDay is upbraid.
Good morning The WordOfTheDay is upbraid

Word of the Day: Upbraid

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Deborah Wilson-Newcomb
Deborah Wilson-Newcomb
Barry Brent Schuster
No, that's not where that word comes from.
No that's not where that word comes from

7 Good Stories That Just Aren't True

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Sean Daly
We are thrilled to announce that we won three (3!) #Webby awards for social media! [ Webbyawards.com Link ]
We are thrilled to announce that we won three 3 Webby awards for social media

Best Writing

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Andrea Hultman
Nikki Gaisbauer
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How to choose between two words that seem to mean the same thing.
How to choose between two words that seem to mean the same thing

'People' vs. 'Persons'

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Karen de Lore
Monika Renate Hege
Happy Monday! It's not even noon and we're already answering life's biggest questions.
Happy Monday It's not even noon and we're already answering life's biggest questions

What does 'shebang' mean?

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Jennifer Lahey Ochoa
Anita Kindrick Bobo
Good morning! The #WordOfTheDay is ambiguous.
Good morning The WordOfTheDay is ambiguous

Word of the Day: Ambiguous

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Amanda Hudson
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